Magazine editors at all levels have had work piling on for years—“more work than one person can reasonably handle,” according to one respondent to FOLIO:’s 2008 Editorial Salary Survey.
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Most magazine publishers realize now that publishing isn’t about all-knowing editors disseminating information to their groundling readers anymore, it’s about establishing and fostering communities.
Issue: May 2008Frequency: MonthlyLaunched: 1869Circ: 175,000Editor-in-Chief: Hedda T. SchupakPublishing Company: Reed BusinessInformationCreative Director: Todd Gast
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Metropolitan Home is one of the latest magazines to dip its brand toes into the housing market. The magazine has teamed up with Showtime to create “the ultimate multimedia showhouse” in New York’s Gramercy Park neighborhood.
Picture this: “A photographer in scuba gear photographing a woman in a sari who is repeatedly immersing herself in water while trying to strike the right post and emote with the appropriate facial expressions.” That is how Douglas Barasch,
Meredith Corporation’s Hispanic Ventures division is relaunching and rebranding two of its Spanish-language parenting magazines in an effort to capitalize on its 18-year-old flagship brand Ser Padres.
Printing, production and distribution company Fry Communications is the latest to offer an in-house UV coating system. The process is designed to offer an additional option to “high-end” magazines and catalogs that want maximum coating coverage and “near film lamination,” the company says.