Newsweek’s print editions were relaunced in the US and Europe in March, and the brand also produces six international editions through licensees.
According to the company, global traffic to Newsweek.com has increased between October 2013 and September 2014, from less than one million to nearly six million unique visitors a month. Newsweek became profitable in October 2014, driven by a three-pronged revenue strategy of subscriptions, advertising and licensed content.
Newsweek’s editor-in-chief, Jim Impoco, was also named one of the most intriguing people in media by MIN.
We recently launched the new FIPP.com (in beta, while doing live testing and refinements). The relaunch is not only about look and feel, but even more so about us providing a platform to further enable the sharing of ideas, insights and opinions within our global network. If you have a story to tell, or are interested in contributing to FIPP.com on a regular basis, get in touch with our communications manager, Amy Duffin.