In this election cycle, a month can feel like a year. Which is why it was either a brilliant or bone-headed move by Entertainment Weekly to recreate the New Yorker’s now-infamous “Fist-Bump” cover—featuring depicting Michelle and Barack Obama as gun-toting,
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Green may have gone mainstream, but digital magazines are far from reaching critical mass. A big reason for that is awareness.
CHICAGO—“They literally had meetings for days and days about how much red they could use on the Web site.” That’s how Jason Brightman,
CHICAGO—During his keynote address during the 2008 FOLIO: Show here, Time magazine president and worldwide publisher Ed McCarrick said he’s been fending off the “death of the news magazine” thing since the early seventies.
CHICAGO—In a somewhat evangelical speech that was not entirely unlike Tom Cruise’s in Magnolia here, Jim Louderback—the former editor-in-chief of PC Magazine and current CEO of Revision3,
CHICAGO—At this point, it’s probably easier to list the magazines Luke Hayman hasn’t had a hand in designing. Hayman, the longtime New York magazine designer and dude responsible for Time magazine’s redesign among countless others (Radar,
CHICAGO—Luke Hayman, the renowned magazine designer responsible for countless redesigns—Time magazine and Radar among them—gave what amounted to a State of Magazine Design address during a session at the 2008 FOLIO: Show here Monday.
The Atlantic photographer who posted spooky manipulated photos of her shoot with Republican presidential nominee John McCain on her own Web site has drawn the ire of the Atlantic and McCain camps,
Affluent consumers are heavy readers of magazines and Internet users, compared to the rest of the population.
With its members taking huge hits in newsstand and advertising sales in 2008, the Magazine Publishers of America today announced a new ad campaign—dubbed “Under the Infl