Trend Results : Magazine Editors

Blog Post Results (1-20 of 6282)


Bill Morrison Named MAD's Fifth Editor

They announced it through Hollywood Reporter, underlining that this comes with their move of the magazine to the West Coast. Morrison's primary preceding gig is the creative director work he did for Bongo. He's also connected, a multiple-skill...Show More Summary

‘Simpsons’ artist Bill Morrison is the new executive editor of MAD magazine

BILL MORRISON, the Eisner-winning artist and National Cartoonists Society president, has just been named the new executive editor of MAD magazine. The hire reflects a publication in transition. By next year, MAD plans to move its base of operations from New York to Burbank, as part of the recent move west by its publisher, DC […]

How Can the Women’s Movement be About Abortion When a Majority of Women are Pro-Life?

One thing that might surprise the editors of many women’s magazines is to what extent the pro-life movement is a movement of mothers. This is not to negate the incredible contributions of pro-life heroes of the male persuasion, such as former U.S. Senator from Pennsylvania Rick Santorum…the late Congressman Henry Hyde…or current U.S. Congressman Chris […]

MAD Magazine Names New Editor Ahead of LA Relocation

MAD Magazine has named Bongo Comics co-creator Bill Morrison its executive editor ahead of a company move to Burbank. The post MAD Magazine Names New Editor Ahead of LA Relocation appeared first on CBR.

How To Shoot A Compelling Photo Essay

I frequently encourage people who attend my photography workshops to approach the day as though they have been assigned to shoot for a magazine editor and need to provide a strong series of images for a photo essay. One of the locations...Show More Summary

A Look Back At The Glory Days Of 1980s Metal Magazines

I spent all of 1983 and 1984 as the associate editor of Tiger Beat, but I followed up my time there writing for some of the biggest metal mags. From 1985 to 1992, I wrote for the pages of Circus, Metallix, Rock Scene, RIP, Hard Rock Video and Video Rock Stars, which shared prominent space on the newsstands with the pastel, teeny-bopper covers. Show More Summary

MSNBC: 'Mean' GOP Sees Health Care as 'Privilege,' 'Concierge Service' to 'Starve'

On Thursday's The 11th Hour on MSNBC, during a discussion of the debate over ObamaCare repeal, former Time magazine editor Rick Stengel -- also a former Obama administration official -- asserted that Republicans view health care as a...Show More Summary

The Ones They Missed In The List Of 'The Most Influential People In Dance Today'

When Dance Magazine published its list last week, the editors asked readers to tell them whom they unjustly left out. And readers definitely did.

A Guide to Pottery Photography That Will Make Your Work Pop

Many many moons ago, when I started out my career here as assistant editor to our magazines Ceramics Monthly and Pottery Making Illustrated, there was one rule of pottery photography that would show your work in the best way possible: Photograph your pots on a neutral gradated background with a wide depth of field. Show More Summary

'I Don't Believe in Cultural Appropriation'

The Writers' Union of Canada has issued an apology and the editor of its magazine has resigned after publishing an opinion piece titled "Winning the Appropriation Prize" in an issue devoted to Indigenous writing. "I don't believe in cultural appropriation," began the editorial by Hal Niedzviecki in the spring issue of Write magazine. Show More Summary

The Monarchs: George II – The Last of the Warrior Kings

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in the Anglotopia Print magazine in 2016. Support thoughtful writing about British History and Culture by subscribing to the Anglotopia Magazine (and read these articles when they’re published rather than a year later on Show More Summary

The Daily Edit – Fortune Magazine: Tony Luong

  Fortune Magazine Art Director: Peter Herbert Photo Editor: Armin Harris Associate Art Directors: Josue Evila, Michael Solita Senior Designer: Julia Bohan Photographer: Tony Luong Heidi: I know this shoot presented you with some obstacles, what did you learn about yourself from this? Tony: I often get hung up on which setups to do first, last, […]

Great British Icons: The Wellington Boot – A Brief History of Wellies

Editor’s Note: This article originally appeared in Issue #3 of the Anglotopia Magazine in Summer 2016. Support great thoughtful writing about British History and Culture by subscribing to the Anglotopia magazine. The Wellington Boot was born during the Napoleonic Wars when the Duke of Wellington wanted a more practical boot for his cavalry. Show More Summary

In 1956, Hugh Heffner gave MAD's founding editor an unlimited budget for a new satire magazine called "TRUMP"

last weekHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Harvey Kurtzman is a hero of satire, the guy who convinced Bill Gaines's mother to bankroll a comic book called MAD, then doubled down by turning MAD into a magazine -- only to jump ship five issues later after a bizarre fight with the...Show More Summary

"The Advocate Is You": Activists Look to LGBT Past and Future at 50th Gala

The Advocate's editor in chief renewed the magazine's commitment to LGBT rights alongside Candis Cayne, the mayor of West Hollywood, and the CEO of Here Media.

This is why it's taking so long for Uber to hire Travis Kalanick's No. 2

Adam Lashinsky, Executive Editor of Fortune magazine and author of "Wild Ride: Inside Uber's Quest for World Domination", explained to Business Insider why it is taking a long time to find Uber's No. 2. Following is a transcript of the...Show More Summary

The Canadian Taliban

Here’s the New York Times: The controversy began when Hal Niedzviecki, editor of Write, the magazine of the Canadian Writers’ Union, penned an editorial defending the right of white authors to create characters from minority or indigenous backgrounds. Within days, a social media backlash forced him to resign. The Writers’ Union issued an apology for […]

U.K. Magazine The Drum Bangs the Facebook Gong

Under most circumstances, background information about a conference-room shoot of media company executives would merit, maybe, a couple of tweets. But these are no ordinary circumstances. And so... Doug Zander, U.S. editor for U.K. magazine The Drum, clocks in with a breathless behind-the-scenes account of what it was like to sit in on the photographing...

Good Housekeeping’s ‘Kitchen of the Future’ Could Also Be the Future of Content Marketing

When Jane Francisco joined Good Housekeeping as its new editor in chef four years ago, she didn't just take the helm of one of publishing's oldest and most revered women's service magazines, she assumed control of the magazine's famous test kitchen. A glass-walled space with white cabinets and appliances of brushed stainless steel, the kitchen...

Editor’s Note: The symmetry of 50

Back in 2011, when this magazine celebrated its 50th anniversary, we latched onto the number 50 and spent the year casually obsessed with it. But when we talked a few months ago about expanding the “50 Things” conceit statewide, I got a little nervous.

Copyright © 2015 Regator, LLC