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NYRM Launch Party

NYRM Launch Party

The New York Review of Magazines’ staff launches the publication’s 2010 edition.


032c: A Strong Defense for Print

032c: A Strong Defense for Print

The Berlin-based culture magazine 032c provides a blueprint for a new creative aesthetic.


How is 48 Hour Magazine Already For Sale? MagCloud

How is 48 Hour Magazine Already For Sale? MagCloud

MagCloud takes completed magazines in PDF form and streamlines the publishing process.


The 48 Hour Magazine. Literally.

The 48 Hour Magazine. Literally.

This weekend, a group of writers, editors, and art designers are producing a magazine in two days.


Will Billionaire Haim Saban Buy Newsweek?

Israeli-American billionaire Haim Saban is always looking to pick up influential media properties.


Ben Behaving Badly

Ben Behaving Badly

Sports Illustratred exposes Ben Roethlisberger as being a drunken, miserable jerk.


Newsweek’s Editor Visits The Daily Show

Newsweek's Editor Visits The Daily Show

John Meacham talked at length with John Stewart last night about his flailing magazine.


David Carr Links Time, Newsweek to the Auto Industry

Carr examines why The Economist and The Week have survived, while their American counterparts aren’t doing so well.


Time’s Influence

Time lists today’s movers and shakers.


Lynn Hirschberg Leaves T for W

T editor-at-large leaves for W.


mono.kultur Magazine Stinks — in a Good Way

mono.kultur Magazine Stinks — in a Good Way

A German magazine, mono.kultur, focuses its most recent issue on a single sense: smell.


Glamour Wins Magazine of the Year

Drum roll please. This year’s Magazine of the Year is … Glamour!


Mediaweek Publishes Annual Hot List

People magazine was announced as the winner of Mediaweek’s 2010 “Magazine Hot List.”


Rolling Stone to Put Entire Archive Online

Rolling Stone to Put Entire Archive Online

The pop culture magazine’s online archives go live on Monday — but, unfortunately (or not), at a price.


iPad Impinging on Editorial Freedoms

Turns out the iPad might be less savior than trojan horse.


Is the Great Magazine Die-Off Over?

Mediafinder reports that 22 North American magazines folded in the first quarter this year.


Magazine Slump Slowing

The number of magazines to fold in the first quarter of 2010 fell. Good news? Let’s hope.


The Advocate Announces NBC Partnership

The oft-imperiled gay mag is set to partner with a TV powerhouse.


Carol Smith Makes Media Switch

Elle’s chief brand officer leaves Hachette Filipacchi for Condé Nast.


Magazines Brace For Their Big (iPad) Break

Magazines Brace For Their Big (iPad) Break

Few know what the iPad’s upcoming release will bring. Some even doubt its success.


Apple and Epicurious Collaborate on Digital Cookbook

Epicurious is the latest addition to the list of Conde Nast publications to create an application for the iPad.


Time Magazine: Pricey on the iPad

Time has announced it will charge $4.99 — more than the newsstand price — for its weekly iPad edition.


A “Minority Report” Approach to Magazine Publishing

eMedia Vitals recently released a video showing the future of purchasing magazines.


A Magazine Built by IMing

The staff of Inc. magazine communicated solely by IM, phone, and Skype to build their April issue.