Morning Roundup: Marvel phasing out retail comics distribution. Starting a magazine in digital age and more
March 5, 2014 | 8:50 am
By Joanna Cabot
New Book Gives Tips on Starting a Magazine in the Digital Age (Media Shift)
Starting a new magazine is no easy task in today’s competitive, complex media world, but a new book offers aspiring magazine entrepreneurs, students, and instructors a resource for the adventure.
Marvel Phasing out Retail Comics Distribution to Focus on Digital (GoodeReader)
Marvel is endeavoring to focus almost exclusively on digital distribution to maximize revenue. In the past few months the company has pulled their comics from bookstores all over the world.
Anne Rice Fights Author Bullying on Amazon (GalleyCat)
Anne Rice has joined a number of authors who have signed a petition to stop “author harassment” in user reviews on Amazon.
Discovery Education Summit: We Don’t Just Needs Tablets, We Need A Digital Game Plan (The Digital Shift)
At Discovery Education’s Future@Now: Roadmap to the Digital Transition on February 26, educators—from principals to superintendents to teachers—all voiced the urgency in building a well-thought-out strategy before making a digital transformation in schools.
Kindle Daily Deals: The Magpies (and others)