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Morning Report for August 1, 2014

An unnamed veteran magazine editor complains that “it’s impossible for this all to be the job of one person” these days. ( Jay Rosen questions AP’s decision to revise its “fall over each other to support Israel” tweet. ( A jury sides with Gannett and the Louisville Courier-Journal in an age discrimination … Read More

After 22 Months, The Magazine Is Changing Its Strategy

"The amount of work required to keep pace with what Apple is doing is just not sustainable," says Glenn Fleishman. This story includes an interview with The Magazine editor and owner Glenn Fleishman. Read Full Story

Harper's Bazaar's 'Iconic' September Issue Took 30 Years & One Ruined Chanel Skirt To Make

Ask any person who has ever worked on a highly anticipated September issue of a magazine and they'll tell you: it's no easy task. Editors start planning for the coveted glossy months -- and in the case of Harper's Bazaar -- years inShow More Summary

Music Magazines Move To Apps With Mixed Results?

By Knar Bedian, Editor in Chief and co-founder of Sound of Boston and journalist previously published in Billboard, Wired, AUX Magazine and Gizmodo. Imagine if every recipe in a cooking magazine was paired with a completed culinary dish for readers to taste. Show More Summary

Glamour Names Managing Editor, WSJ Loses Tech Reporter

A couple Revolving Door items for you this morning, involving Glamour and The Wall Street Journal. Details are below. Latoya Valmont has been promoted to managing editor of Glamour. Valmont has been with the magazine since 2013. SheShow More Summary

10 Things You Should Never Wear on a Date

We made the picks. Then we consulted assistant magazine editor Anna Peele to get a woman's perspective. These are the facts.

R.I.P. U.S. Cinema Verite Pioneer Robert Drew

The documenatary filmmaker referred to as the “father of cinema verite” died today at his home in Sharon, CT. Robert Drew was 90. He was a Life magazine correspondent and editor when he formed Drew Associates in 1960 and hired a team of filmmakers that included then-unknowns D.A. Show More Summary

Susan Glasser Names WaPo’s Eva Rodriguez Senior Editor of POLITICO Magazine

POLITICO Magazine editor Susan Glasser today announced to staff in a noon email that The Washington Post editorial writer Eva Rodriguez will join the magazine as senior editor. Prior to her seven years at the Post, Rodriguez was the Washington...Show More Summary

Lindsay Zoladz Named New York Pop Music Critic

New York has named Lindsay Zoladz its new pop music critic. She comes to the magazine from Pitchfork, where she served as an associate editor since last year. “Lindsay is one of the freshest voices writing about music today, versatile...Show More Summary

New You Seeks Freelancers Who’ve Covered the Medical Beat

The mission of New You, a new lifestyle magazine for women that targets the often-underserved 35-and-up demographic, is “providing credible and accurate information on how to be relevant as you age,” says executive editor Ruchel Louis...Show More Summary

Cool Outdoor Check List For Kids!

I've met Ken Keffer and Stacy Tornio along the bird festival circuit and they're great people. Stacey is editor of Birds & Blooms Magazine and Ken is a "vagabond naturalist who also writes for Birds & Blooms. I recently worked on a project...Show More Summary

As outrage grows, Reason editor rejects proof, denies that magazine denied the holocaust

Over the past two weeks, Pando’s Mark Ames has written a series of articles exposing the repugnant past of Reason magazine. The timing was appropriate: Reason — the house magazine of American libertarianism — recently backed the “Reboot” conference in San Francisco, an event designed to win more Silicon Valley folks over to the libertarian cause. Show More Summary

Pay Less to Phone Home

National Geographic Traveler Editor at Large Christopher Elliott is the magazine’s consumer advocate and ombudsman. Over the past 15 years he has helped countless readers fix their trips. Here’s his latest advice.

Reason Magazine Addresses That 1976 "Holocaust Denial Edition"

Reason magazine's editor Nick Gillespie has an article up wherein he addresses that 1976 "special edition" featuring Holocaust deniers and contributors to neo-Nazi magazines. Let's see how he acquits the publication: If you want a preview of just how lame ideological mud-slinging is going to get [...] take a look...

Public sex offender registries are unfair, ineffective: magazine editor

The public branding of sex offenders through online registries is a reaction to horrible, highly publicized crimes, such as the 1994 murder of Megan Kanka, in which strangers abduct, rape and kill children. But treating this sort of very rare crime as typical has led to a registration system that is unfair as well as ineffective.

Robbie Wadge Models Chic Summer Styles for Pen Magazine

Chic Summer Style-Embracing the warm months of summer with its latest issue, Japanese fashion magazine Pen commissions photographer Akinori Ito (Asosora) and fashion editor... The post Robbie Wadge Models Chic Summer Styles for Pen Magazine appeared first on The Fashionisto.

Ten Years on the Front Lines of Indigenous Struggles: Interview With Intercontinental Cry Founder/Editor John "Ahni" Schertow

Ten years ago, when John "Ahni" Schertow launched the award-winning magazine Intercontinental Cry, about 50 Indigenous Nations led their own front-line struggles to save some of the last intact habitats on Earth from the ravages of modern industrial development. Show More Summary

More Layoffs and Hires at Self

Self continues its transition under the leadership of publisher Mary Murcko and editor Joyce Chang. According to WWD, eight have been cut from the magazine, including six from the fashion department and one each from the photo and art...Show More Summary

How social conservatives became a minority in need of protection

Thirteen years ago, I was a committed social conservative, recently hired as an editor at First Things, a monthly magazine devoted to bringing traditionalist religion into American public life for the purpose of overthrowing the liberal secularism that had been growing in power and influence since the 1960s. Show More Summary

"It’s unfortunate that an actor today would feel uncomfortable playing gay, especially on a program that has always put LGBT characters front and center."

"But Nelsan Ellis and Nathan Parsons are proof that Luke Grimes is not the norm. Grimes is the exception," said Stacy Lambe, Associate Editor of OUT Magazine.... Larry Gross, a professor specializing in LGBT and TV issues at the USCShow More Summary

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