Tagged: Magazine industry

Maine biz magazine launches

Maine biz magazine launches

Ann Mostue of the Maine Public Broadcasting Network interviewed Maine Ahead editor in chief Tori Britton about the launch of the new business magazine. Here is an excerpt: Anne Mostue: So, what about the...

Bloomberg Markets isn't being neglected

Bloomberg Markets isn't being neglected

Matthew Flamm of Crain’s New York writes about how Bloomberg Markets is getting attention despite its parent company’s acquisition of BusinessWeek. Flamm writes, “This summer, the financial information giant hired Time Inc. veteran Michael...

Chinese biz magazine regroups

Chinese biz magazine regroups

Sky Canaves of The Wall Street Journal writes about how Chinese business magazine Caijing is struggling in the aftermath of the departure of its editor and a majority of its staff. Canaves writes, “The...

Forbes claims biz magazine supremacy

Forbes claims biz magazine supremacy

Forbes magazine issues a release Wednesday where it claimed to be the business magazine leader, according to Mediamark Research & Intelligence’s MRI Fall 2009 report. Forbes’ audience is now larger than at any time...

Fast Company gets a boost

Fast Company gets a boost

Lucia Moses of MediaWeek writes Monday about how Fast Company‘s parent company is making improvements to the monthly magazine. Moses writes, “With the February issue, Fast Company will get fresh typefaces designed to give...

What the cutbacks in biz mags mean

What the cutbacks in biz mags mean

Nat Ives of Advertising Age writes about the job and issue cuts occurring at the top three business magaiznes — BusinessWeek, Forbes and Fortune. Ives writes, “The job cuts, another buyer said, won’t help...

Cox launches business magazine in Ohio

Cox launches business magazine in Ohio

The Springfield News-Sun in Ohio reports that the Cox newspapers in the state will launch a business magazine called Springfield B2B in February 2010. The story states, “SpringfieldB2B will be mailed to a proprietary...