A new study from Condé Nast says young people’s magazine readership is actually the highest it’s been in decades. Using data from the GfK MRI Survey of the American Consumer, which tracks magazine audiences, the study compared different age groups’ readership of specific magazine categories in 1991, 2001, and 2011. The findings confirmed that in [...]
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The magazine has excess capacity at its offices on East 42nd Street, which were once home to The New Yorker. Also, like other publishers, it doesn’t see the need to maintain an expensive NYC presence. The New York Post Jan. 4, 2009
The publisher since 2005 was one of several executives leaving the company. Min Online Oct. 1, 2009
The magazine is expected to reduce the number of copies it delivers, and promises advertisers, by more than 30 percent, from 2.9 to 2 million. In January, TV Guide lowered its circulation from 3.2 million to its current level. The New York Post Sept. 13, 2009
NEW YORK – December 10, 2008 – TV Guide Magazine has named publishing industry veteran Scott Crystal CEO and President of the company. Crystal assumes the role of CEO as part of the acquisition of TV Guide Magazine by OpenGate Capital, a private equity firm. The closing of the acquisition was announced Dec. 2.
Crystal brings [...]
Macrovision has announced the planned sale of TV Guide magazine to private equity firm, OpenGate Capital, effective December 1. In a letter to TV Guide employees, TV Guide President Scott Crystal thanked staff members for their “hard work” and “commitment” to the magazine and said that he was “…extremely confident and optimistic about our future.” [...]