Advertisers have long put pressure on magazine publishers to push the so-called “Church-State” boundaries between advertising and editorial content, and encouraged the blurring of the line. That blurring was usually relegated to thinly-veiled advertorials within the pages of the magazine. Recently, however, marketers have turned up the heat, and moved into territory once considered sacred editorial real estate: magazine covers.

For our June issue, FOLIO: is exploring the issue of ads on covers from all sides. To kick things off, we’re posting a simple poll for our readers to get an idea of where you stand. Click one of the boxes below, and leave any feedback in the comments section below.


 

Creating Killer Awards Programs and Recognition Events
Check out this related session at The Folio: Show, November 1-2 in NYC!

Awards programs and shows should be the most festive times you interact with your market. There are dozens of must-do…