Paper prices have gone up around 20 percent, in some cases more, and additional hikes are likely on the way—30 percent by the end of the year, by some estimates. It’s more important now than ever to consider less expensive grades, but it’s not as simple as picking one off the shelf, since the most popular grades are largely on allocation.
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The Four Seasons team: John Hamilton, contributor; Mark Caskie, editor, World of Four Seasons; Susan Weissman, executive editor; Jaimey Easler, design director;
East West magazine—a bi-monthly geared toward Asian Americans and focused on the intersection of Eastern and Western cultures—is going on an indefinit
Pace Communications has announced the relaunch of Four Seasons magazine, a quarterly that will be distributed to each room in the luxury hotel's 75 locations, spanning 31 countries.
U.S. advertising spending increased 7.6 percent for national magazines in 2007, according to the latest figures from the Nielsen Company's Monitor-Plus. Marketers' spending on b-to-b magazines, however, fell 4 percent, while "local" titles saw a 1.7 percent drop.
It’s true! Greenspun is planning to hire a veritable army of 30 to 50 new online staffers over the next six months for its “category crushing” Web site,
Time Out Chicago issued this press release Tuesday: DONALD TRUMP TAKES OVER TIME OUT CHICAGO CHICAGO, March 25, 2008—Time Out Chicago announces that real-estate titan Donald J.
On the heels of Fast Company’s launch of a social network, BusinessWeek.com has partnered with professional networking site LinkedIn in an effort to expand its own.
The American Society of Journalists and Authors announced the winners of its annual writing awards this week, honoring freelance non-fiction work produced in magazines, newspapers and books in 2007. The winning pieces—in nine categories—appeared in magazines such as O, The Oprah Magazine; Runner’s World; Prevention; Discover and others.
Tribune Media Services, the content syndication and licensing division of Chicago-based Tribune Company, has launched a new weekly political magazine distributed exclusively on the Amazon Kindle eBook.