November 2008


Ozzie Gold Winner:Best Cover, Consumer Under 250,000 Circ.;Best Use of Photography, Consumer Under 250,000 Circ.;Best Use of Typography, Consumer


Ozzie Winner:Best Overall Design, B-to-B


Ozzie Winner:Best Design, New Magazine, Consumer


Eddie Winner:Best Single Article, B-to-B, Banking/Business/Finance

Face Up: Strategy

Issue: November/December 2008Frequency: Bimonthly Launched: September/October 2008Circ: 20,000Editor: Mavian Arocha

Eddie Winner:Best Web Site, Consumer

Technology Review

Eddie Winner:Best Full Issue, Consumer, Technology/Computing; Best Online Community

Pace Communications

Eddie Winner:Custom, Editorial, 6 or more times per year, September 2007, Full IssueOzzie Winner:Best Overall Design, Custom;Best Overall Design, Association/Non-Profit;

M&A Scorecard | November 2008

With the U.S. economy continuing its dramatic rollercoaster ride, it’s no wonder big media deals just haven’t been getting done. As of presstime, bellweathers for media M&A like Reed Elsevier’s auction of Reed Business Information and ABRY Partners’ sale of...

Managing Outsourced Staff and Suppliers

Few topics are as touchy as outsourcing. But as budgets shrink, it’s becoming more of a reality for publishing disciplines across the board, from design and production to edit and circulation.

Don’t Get Burned by E-Media Hires

In FOLIO:’s Magazine Industry Job Report [March 2008], 53 percent of respondents to a survey on hiring said that their company is most focused on filling online positions (compared to 24 percent for print).

Choosing the Right Fulfillment Provider

As many circulation and development departments have discovered, a good fulfillment provider is hard to find. Technology Review knew it was time for a change when the 10-to 12-digit account numbers on each of its mailed issues was unidentifiable, even...

Success Proofing Your Site

It’s every Web publisher’s dream – that controversial little story posted last night has been picked up by Google News, and traffic to your site has skyrocketed.

The Same, Only Different

Repetition is part of any magazine’s DNA, especially if you are news-driven and have to follow key players who ARE the story. Michael Jordan was on the cover of Sports Illustrated more than 30 times, for instance, and Tiger Woods...