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Friday, August 22, 2014
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This Week in Publishing


Welcome! This week our roundup of interesting and noteworthy publishing industry stories focuses on Twitter's updated policy on graphic images, Snapchat Discovery, a new social site from Atlantic Media, and more.

PUBLISHING INDUSTRY HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK:

  • Much discussion took place around Twitter's decision to take down graphic images surrounding the execution of journalist James Foley and the death of actor Robin Williams.
  • Snapchat is planning to deliver news and ads that will disappear after users view the content. The new service, called Snapchat Discovery, is set to roll out in November.
  • Figures show production of print books by traditional U.S. publishers fell only slightly (2%) in 2013, while print on demand saw a sharp decline (46%).
  • Atlantic Media's Andrew Golis is developing a new site to help social media users focus on quality of content over quantity.

RECENT POSTS FROM THE TFP BLOG:

  • New Library/Store APIs in Adobe DPS v31 can create a direct link between DPS app content consumption data and third-party CRM systems like Salesforce.com. Check out the details in this week's DPS Tip.
  • TFP’s latest Media Metrics roundup looks at Facebook's Q2 earnings report, the evolution of mobile, video ad viewability, scrolling, and more.
  • Our Infographic Pick of the Week highlights emerging innovations in wearable technology that could change how we create and consume content in the not-so-distant future.
  • Sign up for Adobe's MAX 2014 conference before Aug. 31 and get Early Bird pricing.

WISHING YOU PUBLISHING SUCCESS!

Margot Knorr Mancini

Margot Knorr Mancini
Founder & CEO, Technology for Publishing

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