The anticipation today ran thick. I almost passed out at my desk awaiting the news. Wednesday afternoon, at an event in San Francisco,
Articles by Jason Fell
The countdown has begun. By January 31, East West founder Anita Malik says she will decide the fate of the bi-monthly magazine targeting Asian Americans and focused on the intersection of Eastern and Western cultures.
Roger D. Hodge has stepped down as editor of Harper’s Magazine and will be replaced by longtime managing editor Ellen Rosenbush. Hodge joined the magazine as an intern in 1996 and later served as deputy editor from 2004 to 2006. Rosenbush has served as managing editor since 1989.
Harris Publications has announced the launch of a new print magazine: Juicy. The newsstand-only title will carry a 150,000 circulation.
The magazine publishing industry saw private equity-fueled acquisitions grind to a virtual halt in 2009. Beyond magazines and media, private equity as a whole contracted last year. According to recent figures from Dow Jones LP Source, U.S.
Former BusinessWeek publisher McGraw-Hill reported that net income during the fourth quarter of 2009 spiked 44.3 percent over the same period last year to $167.4 million, the company said in an earnings report released Tuesday. The results included a $10.5 million pre-tax gain ($6.7 million after tax) from its sale of BusinessWeek to Bloomberg LLP late last year.
After rejecting a $1.83 billion offer from R.R.
Experiential travel magazine Afar has undergone a restructuring with founder and CEO Greg Sullivan also now serving as editor-in-chief, replacing Susan West, who has left the company. Also out is John Sheehy, who had been serving as publisher—a position that has been eliminated.
Better Homes and Gardens, the 7.6 million circulation behemoth, generated a 7 percent gain in advertising revenue in the fiscal second quarter, which helped propel operating profit at Meredith Corp.’s national media division to $32 million, up almost 40 percent from $23 million during the same perio
Newport Beach, California-based magazine publisher Churm Media has undergone a restructuring it says strengthens its commitment to building new digital content delivery channels.