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Twitter Lends Journalists a Helping Hand

You love to write. From the first time you picked up a pencil you knew you were meant to tell a story. The only problem is how do you get people to read what you have to say? Well one … Continue reading

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Print Advertising in Magazines and Newspapers

By Zachary Drexler             Although we live in an electronic age, advertising in print media is by no means obsolete. Magazines and newspapers are extremely useful vehicles for advertising.             Magazines cater to narrow audiences. Chefs read magazines for chefs, … Continue reading

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Is Any Press Really Good Press?

It has been said that any press is good press, but can that honestly be true? Looking at the paparazzi, we can learn a lot about our society and what we value today. A photograph of a popular celebrity may … Continue reading

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The iPad Has Yet to Kill Magazines

Apple launched it’s long awaited iPad earlier this year and during that presentation Steve Jobs showed the many different tasks that the new to the world piece of technology is capable of. A free app called iBook allows users to … Continue reading

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Digital Magazines – Trending to a New Future

The magazine industry has been a stubborn mule throughout the years, it could afford this luxury with standard advertising supporting the standard print circulation. But things have changed, technology is suffocating the print industry. This isn’t groundbreaking news I’m writing, … Continue reading

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Magazines: where have they gone?

Photo above: YM Magazine, and American teen magazine, folded in 2004 after being on newsstands for 72 years. The above issue is dated February 2001. Going through an old box of books, I found a stack of magazines from my childhood. Of … Continue reading

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