The Chicago Tribune said late last week that it will fold its 55-year-old weekly Sunday magazine on July 5.
Articles by Dylan Stableford
Earlier today, the New York Times published a story about the Reader’s Digest Association, suggesting the publishers of its flagship magazine were "pushing it in a decidedly conservative direction."
Like the ShamWow guy, magazine publishers are looking to soak up as much revenue as physically possible these days. And, since many are increasingly OK with ads on covers (46 percent,
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In college, I got my eyebrow pierced. (I know, I was just going to go with the ear or nose, but,
There may not be many magazine deals happening right now, but M&A bankers are still looking to tap their talent. Wendy Harris Millard, the former president and co-CEO of Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia, is joining the Jordan, Edmiston Group’s advisory board, JEGI announced today.
MyShot, National Geographic’s popular social hub that allows users to submit and vote on photos, and YourShot, the related submission site—have been two of the magazine industry’s few unmitigated successes on the Web.
An interior page on Newsweek.com today When FOLIO: first published the story that Newsweek was mulling a dramatic drop in circulation along with an equally dramatic overhaul,
After having its latest, $1.82 billion bid to buy Quebecor World rejected by that company’s board, R.R.