We've been following the growth of magazine publishing over the past few years and have found that it's not flat but actually continues to grow in print, digital and tablet. See the remarks from the latest at AMC.
Tablet use has exploded in recent years, and is quickly becoming standard practice across a wide array of disciplines. A recent article in Time magazine describes this extension into the medical field, with doctors becoming some of the most enthusiastic professional users.
At DCP we're always on the look out for new ways to deliver custom content and the Kindle is one to watch.
Santa Monica, California (CNN) -- A new, high-definition Kindle with a lighting system and a bigger Kindle Fire tablet topped the list of gadgets rolled out by Amazon on Thursday at a splashy event in an aircraft hangar.
"We love to invent. We love to pioneer. We even like going down alleys that turn out to be blind alleys," CEO Jeff Bezos told reporters and other guests. "Every once in a while those blind alleys turn into broad avenues.
There are many opinions about the future of the web. For most it's really hard to say, as the internet continues to evolve, speed has increased dramatically and new sites, SAAS and online apps continue to to evolve, as well as social networking. Many are betting the future on tablets and many on mobile. For many print is still a key driver for magazines, brochures, company branding and other vehicles to reach their target audience. A recent article by Folio magazine speaks to the various forms of delivery and how they are evolving.