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Motorola will Run World's First Interactive Print Ad for Moto X in January's Wired Magazine

Motorola will Run World's First Interactive Print Ad for Moto X in January's Wired Magazine
Motorola is going to debut the world's first interactive paper ad for Moto X in the select January issues of the Wired Magazine.
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Why The Future Newstand Looks More Like Netflix than the App Store

Why The Future Newstand Looks More Like Netflix than the App Store
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Condé Nast dives deep into native ads

Source: Digiday

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Some would consider Condé Nast, its lifestyle magazines fat with sumptuous fashion and beauty ads, an originator of native advertising — or at least advertising that blends in seamlessly with its editorial content. But in fact, the publishing house has only just now embraced native ads in earnest. Its first corporate-wide native ad, for Pantene, is live on four of the company’s women’s sites (Self, Glamour, Style and Lucky), and a template for its men’ ...
Full article at: Digiday 2 days ago, 10:04pm CDT
 

iPad already got the Global Digital Newsstand without the Help of Apple

iPad already got the Global Digital Newsstand without the Help of Apple
I was looking at the wrong place to get the global digital Newsstand of my dreams.
Read more Apr 15 2011, 3:42am CDT
 

TRA Participates In The Hear My Voice Conference 2014

Source: Dubai City Guide

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Telecommunications Regulation Authority (TRA) has officially announced its support for second edition of the annual ’Hear My Voice Conference 2013. [Wired by: DubaiCityGuide.com - A Cyber Gea ...
Full article at: Dubai City Guide 2 days ago, 7:00pm CDT
 

The Pessimistic Brain: Wired to Be Negative?

Source: Big Think

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A new study from Michigan State University found that the brains of optimists and pessimists are different. So the next time you tell someone to "cheer up, Charlie" or "walk on the sunny side of the street," maybe they are unable to take your advice, because that's j ...
Full article at: Big Think 6 days ago, 12:30pm CDT
 

Wired iPad Edition: $4 Now

Wired iPad Edition: $4 Now
Wired's iPad app has dropped in price, at least for the next issue. All Things D reports that the next issue of the...
Read more Jun 30 2010, 11:40am CDT
 

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Kurt Wimmer At Center Of Feature Deal For Wired Magazine Article ‘See No Evil’

Source: Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Parkes/MacDonald Productions and Condé Nast Entertainment have partnered on the drama feature See No Evil, an adaptation of a Wired magazine article published in April. Kurt Wimmer has been set to turn the article into a fictionalized drama based on Alfred Anaya, a car stereo installer in California who became in demand because of ability to design traps, or secret compartments that often are used to conceal everything from drugs to cash and weapons. The a ...
Full article at: Deadline Apr 10 2014, 4:46pm CDT
 

The Accelerator: Condé Nast tries its hand at social ads

Source: Digiday

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Social is the new search, but many publishers are then left with heaps of traffic they can’t make money from. Condé Nast is attempting to solve that problem with The Accelerator, a platform that predicts when a story is going to blow up and enables advertisers to exploit it. The Accelerator has been in use for the past year by Wired and sibling pub Ars Technica, the latter of which created the platform. It looks at metrics like gro ...
Full article at: Digiday Apr 7 2014, 11:05pm CDT
 

Wired iPad Edition: 24k Downloads In One Day

Wired iPad Edition: 24k Downloads In One Day
The iPad is paying off for at least one magazine. Wired's New York Bureau Chief has just announced via Twitter that 24,...
Read more May 27 2010, 11:18am CDT
 


 

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