While print magazines continue to struggle, there is still hope for some.
Articles by Cable Neuhaus
To keep a magazine aloft in a harsh environment, a great editor is the best investment you can make.
Column: A new editor is expected to bring changes, not try to fix things that aren't broken.
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From Playboy to Vanity Fair, several key decisions made this year will have profound repercussions in the years ahead—for better or worse.
Newcomers to publishing produce a pair of high-quality coffee-table books for their customers.
What does the departure of four top editors say about the future of magazines?
A new class of books aiming to address women in a different way represents an ascendant artisanal trend in the magazine space.
The Modern Magazinist delivers his year-in-review.
Indies have different motivations than corporate publications.