How the New York Times decides between linking and matching stories.
Tomorrow, 27 April, at LCC, London: Decoding Diversity includes Jack Self from Real Review.
Street art indie VNA is closing after ten years, and is holding an exhibition and auction of works.
See a complete archive of US design mag Print’s design awards covers.
Photographer Nick Knight interviews stylist (and soon-Vogue UK ed) Edward Enninful.
Rethinking digital design: ‘Could an initial headline reflect visually that the story is evolving and contains incomplete information?’
Archive: a look back at Eye’s 1993 review of Octavo’s eight editions.
Love seeing this type of reaction to a front cover.
Eye on Design notes the Singapore indie boom.
New York, 15 May, Jeremy will be moderating ‘The State of Independence.’
‘Since launching in March 2016, the Refugee Journalism Project has trained 35 refugees with different backgrounds and levels of reporting experience, to help them get a foot in the door of the UK media industry.’
Excitement at British Vogue: Edward Enninful to be new editor.
Must-read: How the NYTimes, Huffington Post and CNN approach multiple publishing channels.
London, Weds: Join us for an evening about travel mags with Suitcase, Lodestars Anthology and N for Norwegian.
Jeremy notes the continuing failure of digital magazines, ‘just as 18th century publishers adopted a French word… for their publications, maybe we need a new name for digital magazines.’
New Yorkers! Visit new store Import News to see our selected shelf of magazines.
Hear Penny Martin and Jake Silverstein on the latest Monocle24 The Stack.
It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad world.
Elsewhere is a new Chinese fashion mag that’s currently Kickstarting. Take a look, and support it…
…also crowdfunding, Mold is a new ‘anti-foodie food magazine’ that is clearly not anti-design.
NYTimes takes a look at four women’s indie titles that hope to reach men too.
Tickets already selling fast for magCulture Meets Real Review, 6 April, magCulture Shop. And look out for news of other London events soon.
Hear Jeremy on this weeks Monocle24 The Stack.
We love how the music changes as you scroll on this NYTimes Magazine package.
NYTimes migrates their succesful digital round-up to their print edition.
Holly Catford takes a look at the design of The Guardian’s daily Long Read feature.
Private Eye editor Ian Hislop disccusses their highest-ever sales figures and avoiding digital.
London, 2 March: a great line-up for the first Monocle Media Summit.
London, 4 March: hear how to launch an indie mag from the Delayed Gratification team.
A living, walk-in version of Toilet Paper magazine. Yikes!
German design mag Novum has produced a remarkable 12,500 different front covers for its new issue.
New York magazine to celebrate its 50th anniversary with a series of books.
Good to see plenty of indies among the ASME Ellie winners this year.
Munich, 9-11/03: QVED returns as EDCH, with Penny Martin, Sven Ehmann, Astrid Stavro, Rob Orchard… great line-up.
London, 14/05: DIY Cultures zine fair.
Editor Liv Siddall talks about her favourite stories in Rough Trade magazine.
Pop-Up Magazine is touring the States this month.
‘a weekly magazine full of finely edited journalism does not a website make:’ how The New Yorker translated itself to the web.
Get ready for Valentine’s Day! It’s the Mushpit card workshop, Sat 11 February at the magCulture shop.
Great piece about how The New Yorker’s adapted its editorial approach for its website.
The New Yorker and US Vogue are the only two mags to retain the traditional publisher role in Condé Nast reshuffle.
Highly recommended: Riposte event featuring MoMA’s design curator Paola Antonelli.
‘The longest-serving and most successful Editor of (British) Vogue in its 100-year history,’ Alexandra Shulman resigns after 25 years. Read an interview given on her appointment.
‘If you give the consumer what they want, they will buy it,’ says Time Inc President.
Here come the annual PPA Awards.
How Teen Vogue came to be at the forefront of opposition to Trump.
Ruth Jamieson asks, ‘just what is it about bad taste that feels so damn delicious right now?’
Indie publisher offers some great advice based on experience with The Eighty Eight.
Israeli mag A5 is looking for submissions for its next issue, theme ‘Island.’
…meanwhile The New York Times has been considering what its newsroom of 2020 will be like.
Management changes at Condé Nast as Nicolas Coleridge moves on to become Chairman.
Jeremy looks ahead at 2017 for Design Week.
Robert Newman takes a look at Andrew Horton’s Village Voice covers.
Jeremy Leslie talks magCulture with Massimo Pitis at Design Observer.
Five magazine trends for 2017, predicted by Thorsten Keller, Steve Watson, Jeremy Leslie, Busra Erkara, Teal Triggs and Sasha Simic.
‘Freedom of speech is what all other human rights and freedoms balance on. That may sound like unspeakable arrogance when applied to restaurant reviews or gossip columns. But that’s not the point. Journalism isn’t an individual sport like books and plays; it’s a team effort. The power of the press is cumulative. It has a conscious human momentum. You can – and probably do – pick up bits of it and sneer or sigh or fling them with great force at the dog. But together they make up the most precious thing we own.’ RIP AA Gill.
The Guardian partners with Vice, sharing a newsroom.
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