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It turns out the magazine hadn't done all it could. In the ethereal world of digital media, printed magazines continue to offer something concrete, a tangible representation of a collaboration between editors, artists, designers and writers. And nothing embodies this collaboration like the magazine cover, which remains one of the modern age's most widely consumed pieces of public art.
As Time magazine's design director, D.W. Pine, put it, "I still feel like the power of the Time cover is because we print it. The power is that we take the time and energy to craft
Slate's Andy Bowers has worked on podcasts for nearly 10 years. It took that long for him to feel that the medium had established a foothold that could be used to launch something more ambitious than a few individual podcasts.
Then, a show called Serial came along.
"I think last summer was when we really felt that the marketplace was ready for an expansion," Bowers told Mashable. "Then, coincidentally, Serialhappened, and it suddenly made our jobs a lot easier."
The Corner Office has proven to be one of the most popular staples of Publishing Executive. Each issue the Q&A spotlights an executive on the leading edge who shares actionable strategies around topics like embracing big data, tapping underserved verticals, and building robust digital platforms. Following we've compiled the best Corner Office interviews conducted in 2014 in the hopes of inspiring our readers with strategies and ideas that can spur growth in the new year
Jake Silverstein, editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine, and Andy Wright, its publisher, have visited 10 cities in the last two months to tell CMOs and agency execs about the changes they're bringing to the magazine. The New York Times Co. is investing millions of dollars in its Sunday magazine, a nearly 120-year-old bastion of long-form journalism. A redesign of the print magazine, including a thicker paper stock, is scheduled for Feb. 22. Mr. Silverstein declined to describe the new look in detail, but said, "There will be more change than continuity."
If the last page of a magazine is supposed to be a good-bye, then New York Magazine's Approval Matrix is a smack and a kiss at the same time.
After leading a renaissance at the New York Times Magazine in the late '90s, Adam Moss was hired in February 2004 to be the struggling New York Magazine's editor-in-chief. He was tasked with giving the magazine a complete overhaul and hired Emily Nussbaum almost immediately to be the culture editor and to give the section a much-needed face-lift.
One of the things that Nussbaum created was the Approval Matrix
New York is close to reaching a 50/50 split between digital and print advertising revenue. The new vertical, Science of Us, launched by New York, on May 13 is reported to have reached one million unique visitors within 29 days of the launch.
What about the rest of the publishing world? According to FIPP's World Magazine Trends 2013/14, the prediction for 2014 is that the print editions of newspapers and magazines will continue to contract with between 2-3 percent annually. The report furthermore predicts that mobile advertising will be the fastest growing internet channel
Despite major tumults in the magazine industry, there are signs of hope as Q1 2014 comes to a close. Nearly twice as many magazines have been launched this quarter as in Q1 2013, according to MediaFinder, a database of over 77,000 U.S. and Canadian periodicals.
New York magazine is extending its entertainment site Vulture to its first live event. The Vulture Festival, set to be announced today, will consist of 16 events for consumers that are meant to bring the site's pop culture sensibility to life. It will be held May 10-11 at New York's Milk Studios.
Since its launch as a standalone site three years ago, Vulture has grown to more than 8 million monthly uniques, per New York magazine, citing Omniture, making a live event a logical place to take the brand.
Mag+ today released version 5.0 of its platform for creating mobile applications for touchscreen devices. Mag+ today released version 5.0 of its platform for creating mobile applications for touchscreen devices. All the robust changes in Mag+ 5.0 focus on helping clients to better engage their users, bolster conversions and increase sales.