News From Our Back Pages
Print is dead, print is not dead. How will it survive? Most newspapers are in a death spiral, and magazines are wobbly at best. Which ones will survive, and why? Which titles are doomed, ready to join the graveyard of once popular titles. (Want to see the extent of the carnage? Click here to view
The Magazine Graveyard.)
In this section we share some of the news we hear, some of the doom and gloom, and yes, occasional bits of good news we learn about the once powerful world of magazine publishing.
Current subscribers may not be happy
For magazines, the future maybe elsewhere
While Western publishers decline, Al-Queda expands their efforts.
Mar 15 2011
Beauty tips and dating advice from the bizzaro world of Al-Queda
Cosmopolitan finds Fun, Fearless Females in the most unlikely places
Once upon a time, in a decade far, far away, Magazine Publishing could be great fun - and the covers proved it.
Publishers decide whether to dance with the devil or go it on their own.
The Wall Street Journal gets ready to thrash the "Newspaper of Record". See how the epic contest is perceived in Asia.
The first six Months of 2010 have been much kinder to the Publishing industry than the same period last year.
Newsweek sells for $5.95 a copy at the store, $39.95 a year for a subscription. Or, you could just buy the whole company for $1.
The circulation of this publishing icons fell to 1.63 million copies compared to 2.45 million a year earlier.