In London, Time Warner’s IPC Media oust their editorial/design head Andy Cowles.
A brief interview with Milton Glazer (thanks Pete).
Forbes points out, ‘Iconic is not a business Model.’
Head of the Dennis Media Factory, Alex Watson, highlights the grey areas.
After Monocle editor’s interest in buns, a Dubai caterer can supply magazine-styled cakes.
February 25, 2013
In London? This year’s LCC Publishing Innovation conference takes place March 7th.
In Dublin? Magazines Ireland are hosting a half-day conference, Publishing 360, on April 24th. I’ll be speaking alongside PPA’s Barry McIlheney, FMG’s Julia Hutchinson and The Week’s Kerin O’Connor.
A quick look at ten of the new crop of food magazines.
The man behind the new ‘T’ at the New York Times T Magazine speaks up.
Ex-creative director, now editor-in-chief, Scott Dadich arrives at US Wired, promises to ‘blow things up’.
On Monocle24’s latest edition of The Stack: editor of the Weekend FT, Caroline Daniel, and Andrew Harrison, recently installed editor of Q magazine. Plus a report on Greek magazine Parallaxi.
Mr Magazine examines the idea that magazines will follow the way of music, decides they do have one thing in common – the letter ‘M’.
Seems design agency Pentagram and music trade mag Billboard agree, as the former redesigns the latter.
And here is Mr M again, sharing the failure of magazines that gave up on print.
Meanwhile, Poynter reports that ‘print’s financial future may last longer than expected.’
‘Content’ might be the latest marketing wheeze but there is good content and bad content, argues Paul Keers.
A history of the early days of Print magazine.
Condé Nast UK are to launch a young version of Vogue, ignoring the US name Teen Vogue in favour of the more demure Miss Vogue.
The Observer continues to highlight new print magazines, this time in literary New York.
Magazine. Critique. Middle East: hello, Journal Junkie.
Mr Magazine sees off Newsweek’s print edition.
Reader’s Digest UK operation closes retail division but plans to keep mag going.
MagPile Awards now in first stage of judging, shortlists soon.
• The continued reworking of UK Harper’s Bazaar by Marissa Bourke.
• The redesign of Wallpaper* by recently appointed creative director Sarah Douglas (with art director Lee Belcher).
• Issue two of indie motorbike mag Head Full of Snakes.
• This years AGI Open conference, here in London this September.
• The reinvention of of US Wired by new editor-in-chief Scott Dadich.
• The Guardian entering its post-Mark Porter era with Alex Breuer as creative director.
• Sadly, more publishers responding in idiotic fashion to closures.
• While others continue to launch exciting new titles (check last year’s launches).
• A new magazine conference taking place in Munich at the end of February, news to come.
• And lastly a shameless plug: the publication of my new book ‘The Modern Magazine’ in September.
Monocle24’s The Stack goes native tomorrow, with host Tyler Brulé talking to the Monocle magazine team about their editorial highlights of the year and how they see the industry changing in the new year. Editor Andrew Tuck, Creative Director Richard Spencer Powell and Photo Director, Poppy Shibamoto all feature.
A Flickr pool full of The Face.
Newspapers: it’s not the drop in print ad sales but the small scale of digital revenues that matters according to The Atlantic.
Newmanology has the best collection of Christmas front covers. Jingle, jingle!
This is how The Economist is dealing with digital: charging separately for it.
A look back at M magazine, published in the eighties for ‘The Civilized Man’.
Don’t forget this weeks New York meeting of the Little Magazine Coalition.
And if you’re in Cyprus later this month, MagDossier is a must-see.
D&AD announce this years awards juries, including the Magazine and Newspaper team, headed by Mark Porter and including Richard Turley and Jo Cochrane.
New York Times Magazine editor Hugo Lindgren pays tribute to Eureka magazine.
I spoke at Mr Magazine’s ACT II conference last year and found it an inspiring event; here’s a review of this year’s ACT III.
Martha Stewart’s publishing company contracts; titles for sale, staff redundant.
See/hear about the new issue of Aortica magazine, the Auckland issue (video).
Seven reasons to consider print for your content strategy (thanks Carl).
Back in 1989 Emigré wrote about the challenge to designers presented by the arrival of a new technology, in that case the then new DTP software. Strikingly similar issues face us today as we add interactivity to our workflow.
Magazines – the new bling?
Five strategies to avoid getting lost in the filter bubble, including editor-as-curator.
British woman has a collection of magazines for sale including 80s Vogues. Email her for details: alicemariegrace11 [at] live.co.uk