Condé Nast giveth, and it taketh away
Condé Nast is moving fast and breaking its Snapchat presence.
Ello to launch a magazine: Not For Print
Ello, the social network you’ve forgotten about, is to launch its own magazine: Not For Print will help bring
Private Frazer laments the troubled later life of Loaded, rather than its recent demise: Because the tawdry and constipated magazine
When The Magazine nearly died
Interesting insight into The Magazine and its (previously unknown, I believe) near-death experience: Having a “built-in audience” from a 5by5
The future of Future?
Private Frazer on the fate of Future: Future’s future apparently lies in “the virtuous circle of engagement in two
Now this is a magazine I want to read...
…pity I don’t speak German. Who says B2B has to be dull?
iPad Magazines: a predictable publisher road-crash
David Jacobs of 29th Street Publishing talking about magazine apps: What we have learned is that the replica will never
That shovelware tablet edition might be killing your mag
Just came across this explanation of why hobby magazines no longer have broad appeal, by a former editor of various
Magazines on tablets: publishers' painful lessons
This year was meant to be the year where I was deep in the production of tablet editions of various
About that iPad mag subscriptions panic
I saw a lot of buzz overnight about Apple not allowing magazine subscriptions on the iPad, and OMG how is