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So What Do You Do, Edward Lewis, Founder of Essence Magazine?
Lewis describes creating the pioneering women's magazine that has reflected the lives of black women for over 40 years.

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Focus Groups Helped With the Early Success of Essence - Posted 4 days, 22 hours ago
Essence has been in circulation for over four decades and was under some controversy nine years ago when founder Edward Lewis sold the remaining shares of the company to Time Inc. In his new book, The Man from Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women, Lew... [Fishbowl NY]

Focus Groups Helped With the Early Success of Essence - Posted 4 days, 22 hours ago
Essence has been in circulation for over four decades and was under some controversy nine years ago when founder Edward Lewis sold the remaining shares of the company to Time Inc. In his new book, The Man from Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women, Lew... [FishbowlNY]

New Book From the Founder of Essence Celebrates the Mag's 44-Year History - Posted 5 days ago
Nine years after selling his magazine to Time Inc., Edward Lewis reveals how Essence came to be in his new book, The Man From Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women (Atria Books). Mediabistro recently interviewed Lewis to discuss th... [AllTwitter]

New Book From the Founder of Essence Celebrates the Mag's 44-Year History - Posted 5 days ago
Nine years after selling his magazine to Time Inc., Edward Lewis reveals how Essence came to be in his new book, The Man From Essence: Creating a Magazine for Black Women (Atria Books). Mediabistro recently interviewed Lewis to discuss th... [GalleyCat]

Essence Continues to Have Problems - Posted July 24, 2013
Essence magazine continues to suffer an identity crisis. Ever since Time Inc. purchased it, readers have accused the title of not addressing black womens' concerns and including too many white people, in editorial sections as well as ads. If that wasn't enough, in April of last year, a (white) managing editor --... [Fishbowl NY]

Essence Continues to Have Problems - Posted July 24, 2013
Essence magazine continues to suffer an identity crisis. Ever since Time Inc. purchased it, readers have accused the title of not addressing black womens' concerns and including too many white people, in editorial sections as well as ads. If that wasn't enough, in April of last year, a (white) managing editor --... [FishbowlNY]

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