Paste magazine announced today the launch of a free monthly video podcast, called Paste Vision, available for download on their Web site and through iTunes.
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Make magazine's weekly podcast has been included on iTunes' 2007 year-end list of best podcasts.
Art director Adana Jimenez says the cover of Scholastic Administr@tor’s October/November 2007 issue is “still too pretty” for her—it doesn’t reflect grossly enough the fact that most children seem to be eating junk in their schools.
Arabic and English-language versions of Cartoon Network Magazine are set to launch in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA), under the terms of an agreement between Jason Rice, Northern European territory manager for Cartoon Network, and Naif Al-Mutawa, CEO of Kuwait-based Teshkeel, publisher of comics and other children's entertainment in the Arab World.
Radar magazine is increasing in frequency, from six to eight issues a year, and is raising its rate base from 150,000 to 200,000. The change will take effect in February 2008, one year after its relaunch in February 2007.
South Florida Adventures, a glossy outdoor sports and health/fitness magazine serving three Southeastern Florida counties (Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach), is increasing its controlled circulation of 10,000 copies to 25,000 copies.
The editors at Playboy.com are hoping that a significant redesign of the site, scheduled for the second quarter of 2008, will help ramp up its number of monthly visitors-more than the six to eight million it generates now.
The editors at Playboy.com are hoping that a significant redesign of the site, scheduled for the second quarter of 2008, will help ramp up its number of monthly visitors—more than the six to eight million it generates now.
Hearst is the first magazine publisher to partner with Next.TV, a service that allows Hewlett Packard laptop owners to watch television and video programs on-demand over the Internet. Hearst brands offering original video programming to this platform include CosmoGIRL!, Good Housekeeping and Marie Claire.
USA Today announced today that it is launching a quarterly active lifestyle magazine called Open Air. The first issue, with 68 editorial and 27 advertising pages, will come out on March 7, 2008 with the newspaper’s Friday edition.