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Beginning with the April 2014 Issue, Oxygen Expanded its Content to Reach a Wider Marketplace!

Oxygen, one of the world’s leading fitness magazines for woman, is expanding its content to now include the wildly popular functional fitness trend. Functional fitness refers to training your body as one integrated unit for real-life situations and women have been embracing it in droves! Oxygen will remain true to its proven formula of providing… Read more »

Clean Eating

Clean Eating takes you beyond the food you eat, exploring the multitude of health and nutritional benefits that can be yours when you embrace a clean lifestyle. In every way, clean eating is all about consuming whole food in its most natural state, or as close to it as possible. Taking a creative yet doable… Read more »

Folio: Best Covers of 2012

Folio has selected a handful of the most visually-engaging magazine covers of this past year.  The cover, of course, is the first thing you see and it’s ultimately what grabs a reader’s attention and captures a sale.  See their picks for 2012.  Foliomag (1/15/2013)

Magazines You Miss Most

In a small poll taken by The New York Times, readers reveal the top magazines they consider ‘gone but not forgotten’. Gourmet, which published its last issue in 2009, was most-missed; with readers noting that other titles in the niche do little to fill the void.  Spy, Domino, House and Garden, and Premiere round out… Read more »

President Obama Grants Glamour an Interview

Glamour Editor in chief Cindi Leive sat down with the President for an interview that will appear in the magazine’s November issue. It is not the first time Obama has sat down with Glamour — he did so in 2008, along with John McCain — but it is his first time as a sitting president…. Read more »

Vanity Fair Gets Techie

Kara Swisher, one of tech’s best known and most aggressive journalists, has been snapped up by Vanity Fair. Her technology-related features will appear amid the usual fashion spreads, true crime stories, and cultural commentaries. “I love Vanity Fair and think Graydon Carter is wonderful,” Swisher said. “It’s a great place to write bigger and longer… Read more »

Gen Y Stays True to Print

The traditional image of young adults gathered around a magazine really hasn’t changed much, although the sharing process is more likely to be virtual nowadays, according to a new benchmark study conducted by GfK MRI for the MPA, the Association of Magazine Media. The GfK MRI/MPA study, titled “Magazine Readers Are Social,” found that social… Read more »

Condé Launches Allure Russia

Condé Nast International has unveiled its debut edition of Allure Russia, with the title’s September issue. The beauty-focused Allure is the ninth title to be published by Condé Nast Russia, following the launch of Russian titles including Vogue, Glamour, GQ, Condé Nast Traveller and Brides. “Russian women have a special relationship with all things beauty-related,”… Read more »