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Links 1 through 10 of 31 by Suw Charman-Anderson tagged magazines

Kate Lewis is very excited. She has just come back from the Popular Mechanics Breakthrough Awards luncheon on the 44th floor of Hearst Tower, where she sat next to a 13-year-old boy, Terrance Li, who won an award for making a smartphone charger that uses cooking heat. via Pocket

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Kevin: Who Killed the Magazine App? 97% of Newsstand apps are now free

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Kevin: Conde Nast deepens its investment in ecommerce by placing a bet on a French luxury site. It is all about the data, allowing Conde Nast to use the data to not only earn revenue but also to drive revenue with better ad targeting and retargeting.

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Kevin: The Media Briefing has a great interview with Tony Macklin, the product development and strategy director at magazine publisher Immediate Media. This is just one of the excellent quotes: "The biggest difference in publishing is there hasn't been a culture around thinking about the experience you create for the user. I think that's one of the biggest opportunities, going beyond just the product and thinking about the user. "

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Kevin: A look at major shifts in the US media industry in newspapers and magazines mostly as media companies look to shed print assets. It's a pretty wide ranging article that pulls in a lot of trends.

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Kevin: Some good recommendations from a Folio webinar on analytics and how to leverage them not just online but in print as well.

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Kevin: A good use of infogr.am to show the changes in magazine salaries. One thing that caught my eye. Male editorial leaders may make more than women, but women are outpacing men in terms of salary growth. It would be interesting to know the sample size of both groups. If women are a much smaller pool, then small changes might have a larger impact.

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Kevin: Excellent stats looking at changing media consumption patterns in the US. Newspaper readership dropped like a brick between 2002 and 2012. Digital news consumption has now passed newspapers and radio.

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Kevin: A critical view of apps from MIT's Technology Review. "The real problem with apps was that when people read on electronic media, they expect the stories to possess the linky-ness of the Web—but stories in apps didn't really link." MIT Tech Review is having some problems with the iPad that other publishers aren't having. It will be interesting to see if this is an isolated scepticism or a trend.

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Kevin: Google has opened an Android Mag Newsstand. It launched with a number of big names including Condé Nast's Wired, Newsweek, Entrepreneur, Forbes, Atlantic and Maxim. Most of the editions are "unenhanced facsimile editions". Very little interactivity. Most of this is pitched at smartphones due to the poor market performance of Android-based tablets.

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