Friday, October 9, 2015
Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories covers highlights at Adobe MAX, Twitter's appointment of Jack Dorsey and the launch of its Moments curation tool, Medium's recent updates and publisher partnerships, how Google intends to help media outlets speed load times, and more.
Adobe MAX kicked off with a focus on key trends like mobile and the company's product road map. Highlights included a new portfolio service based on Behance, Adobe Stock video support, a bunch of Creative Cloud updates, and much more.

Twitter announced the appointment of co-founder Jack Dorsey as its permanent CEO and the launch of its new curation tool, Moments. The feature will curate tweets tied to news and events, making the site easier to use for newcomers.

Medium is evolving as both platform and publisher with recent changes including a new logo, updated apps, new publishing partnerships, and plans for expanded advertising. 

Accelerated Mobile Pages, a new Google program that speeds load times for readers, is aimed at publishers exploring new distribution models.
Infographic of the Week
TFP's Infographic Pick of the Week takes a look at which publishers are pulling ahead on social and the emerging platforms they're using most.

The latest DPS 2015 Tip from Monica Murphy shows you how to use Adobe Digital Publishing Solution's Folio Migration Tool.

Adobe DPS Version 2015.5: We bring you all the new features, performance enhancements, and bug fixes in this most recent release.
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