When compared to the same time period last year, magazines are fairing much better. Although magazine launches remain relatively flat, they’re far outpacing shutdowns so far this year. According to Mediafinder.com, an online periodicals database, there were 48 shutdowns so far this year and 133 magazines launched. That compares to 74 closures in the [...]
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HGTV Magazine continues to grow at a rapid rate, increasing copies to 700,000 with the Jan/Feb 2013 issue. And that’s not all. Hearst is planning another rate base jump for the magazine, to 800,000 with the July 2013 issue.
The test issue for HGTV Magazine first appeared on newsstands only 8 months ago, but sales blew [...]
48 of 154 monthly titles saw ad page increases this month.
In it’s third time on min’s 2012 Top 5 chart, Allure ranked second in June with a 41.15% ad page gain. “June 2012 was the biggest issue ever for Allure,” says VP / Publisher Agnes Chapski, “with significant gains coming from beauty and retail. The [...]
Road & Track automotive magazine is moving to Ann Arbor. In addition to the move, Hearst announced Larry Webster as the new editor. Previously, as editor at Popular Mechanics, Webster oversaw the development of automotive content across print, web, broadcast, and tablet platforms.
With the move to Ann Arbor, the publication joins its sister automotive magazine, [...]
Food Network Magazine continues to ride the wave of reader enthusiasm by issuing its 6th rate base increase since its 2009 launch. Another 100,000 issues will be added, increasing its rate base from 1.3 Million to 1.4 Million, starting with the Jan/Feb 2012 edition. The title was also the biggest ad page gainer for 2010, [...]
Ideactive, a new marketing services division of Condé Nast, will offer custom-content creative in print, digital, video and mobile platforms; web design and development; social media marketing and community development; and app development and mobile marketing, among other services. Lou Cona, who is Condé’s Chief Marketing Officer, will oversee the new division, with Janine Silvera [...]