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Articles by FOLIO: Magazine Staff
By Christopher Heun
By Dale Buss The new year arrives for publishers under the cloud of a 5.4 percent increase in U.S. Postal Service rates. But facing more demands to help their customers mitigate postal-cost pressures, the printing industry is stepping forward with more co-mailing, co-palletization and other programs.
By Helen Berman
By Matt Kinsman"There's always something that can go wrong in fulfillment," says Fulfillment Management Association president Nicole Bowman. "I speak one language, you speak another." If there's one issue that's the mother of all hang-ups with your fulfillment company it's communication breakdown.
Maryland Life's glossy stock and affluent readership belies the magazine's humble beginnings;it was conceived when the three principals;co-publishers Dan Patrell, Ross Peddicord and Scott Runkles;met in a community college class on entrepreneurship. In August 2004, the trio launched Great State Publishing and debuted bi-monthly Maryland Life in December 2004 with a January/February issue.
There are hundreds of magazine launches any given year. And despite the glut, there are plenty of well-received ones, too. Then there's CMO.
By Dylan Stableford January 6 Time launched an exhaustive online archive giving the magazine's readers access to over 266,000 articles from as early as 1923;an invaluable resource for tracking the lineage of, say, Michael Jackson.
By Matt Kinsman For the first time in years, confidence seems to be rising on the b-to-b side of the industry while consumer magazines as a category;bruised from circulation scandals, mired in a newsstand quagmire, and reeling from the implosion of several high profile launches in 2005;seem unsure how to take the next step.
Ryan McNeil covered his last receiver as a Denver Bronco cornerback in 2004, retiring from professional football after an 11-year career. Leading up to his retirement, McNeil had been moonlighting as president and CEO of the Professional Business and Financial Network, a Web-based resource and networking community for professional athletes who are also budding entrepreneurs.