HP Wants You to Print Magazines with Your Home Printer So You Can…

Two wrongs don't make a right. I think I learned that as a 4-year-old. Apparently, HP and Condé Nast skipped out on that life lesson because they're combining two dying things—print media and printers—to create the unholiest of unions: your HP printer at home will print out Condé Nast magazines for you to read. » 10/12/11 10:45am 10/12/11 10:45am

The Amazon Tablet Will Be Filled With Magazines, So Many Magazines,…

Magazine publishers tripped over themselves to get on the iPad, because they thought they could sell you pretty things like this to revive their depressed print business, but then Apple was kind of a dick about it, and even though Apple took it all back, magazine publishers are still totally leery about being… » 9/26/11 3:41pm 9/26/11 3:41pm

iPad Logs Four More Digital Mag Subscriptions Including Glamour and

Conde Nast today continues the rollout of iPad magazine subscriptions that started with the New Yorker, adding Glamour, Vanity Fair, Golf Digest, and Allure to its digital roster. Each iSubscription will cost $20/year, or $2 for a single issue. If you're a current print subscriber, congrats! You get free iPad access… » 5/16/11 1:18pm 5/16/11 1:18pm

Condé Nast's iPad Magazines Launching This Month, But Caught Between…

Every man and his dog is aware that Condé Nast has been working on iPad magazine apps for their popular titles such as Wired and GQ, but apparently we'll see GQ's April issue available (presumably) this month. » 3/01/10 4:39am 3/01/10 4:39am

Pondering The Apple Tablet's Print Revolution

The Apple tablet could change everything. That's what people are hoping for, revolution. But revolutions don't actually happen overnight, especially if you're talking about turning around an entire diseased, lumbering industry, like publishing. » 1/26/10 2:10pm 1/26/10 2:10pm

NYT, Condé Nast Working on "Large-Screen" iPhone Apps For the Tablet

According to the Times (the LA one), the Times (the NY one) has been working on a tablet app in recent weeks. Also: Condé Nast basically admitted to the same in a press release. Familiar? Sure. But intriguing! » 1/25/10 12:23pm 1/25/10 12:23pm

The Superfriends of Publishing Have a Grand Digital Plan to Save…

That "Hulu for magazines" is happening. It's impressive in its sense of scope and desperation, with Time, Hearst and Conde Nast—bitter rivals that publish more than 50 magazines altogether—coming together to save print magazines by mummifying them digitally. » 11/24/09 1:50pm 11/24/09 1:50pm