Rolling Stone

In Vogue
March 23, 2001

As media bleeds between the lines of print and electronic worlds, showcasing new titles, Web sites and marketing promotions, niches within the industry are becoming more circumspect. In other words, for every lifestyle, there's at least one magazine dedicated to covering it. The music enthusiast may enjoy everything from Rolling Stone to Vibe; the artist reads ARTnews and ArtForum; and the teenage demographic, an especially potent niche, has forever been indulged with pin-up 'zines about the latest pop cultural phenomenons. The trend towards target publishing suggests that for every generation there's not only a Gap, but also a magazine. According to Grant Clauser, editor-in-chief

Top Publishing News
March 9, 2001

New magazine launches, acquisitions and partnerships are common throughout today's publishing industry. To keep up with the latest news, the editors of PrintMedia InBox will provide you with updates every few weeks. To read more about the wide world of publishing, don't forget to visit PrintMedia's Publishers' Corner, an online niche dedicated to publishing announcements—everything from magazine success stories to extinctions. The following briefs are what's new now: The Walt Disney Company and Wenner Media formed a new entertainment publishing company, US Weekly LLC. Disney also acquired 50 percent ownership of US Weekly. The magazine and its new parent company will continue operations