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Revolving Door Newsletter: 07.11.06
Fashionistas Fan Out

So What Do You Do, Jess Cagle, Managing Editor of Entertainment Weekly?
The EW vet explains how his brand is innovating despite changes at Time Inc. and reveals the secret to a perfect pitch.

So What Do You Do, Andy Cohn, President and Publisher of The Fader?
The print vet explains how the independent music pub is succeeding in the digital age and gives tips to aspiring publishers.

So What Do You Do, Samir Husni, Mr. Magazine?
As his Guide to New Magazines celebrates its 25th edition, Mr. Magazine discusses what it takes to succeed in print today -- and what publications must do to make it to tomorrow.

So What Do You Do, Kevin McKean, Editorial Director, Consumer Reports?
With 3.2 million-plus paid online subscribers, Consumer Reports' editorial director explains why print pubs need to adopt a 'media neutral' stance and extols the non-ad-based model.

So What Do You Do, John Yemma, Editor of The Christian Science Monitor?
One year after moving from a daily print edition to a weekly magazine, Yemma discusses the Monitor's Web-first state of mind and how the digital shift impacts revenue streams.

So What Do You Do, Alan Mutter, 'Reflections of a Newsosaur' Blogger?
Newspaper vet and Web entrepreneur Alan Mutter analyzes the nexus of journalism and technology and presents a revenue-driving solution for the broken media business model.

So What Do You Do, Merri Lee Kingsly, Publisher of Saveur?
Helming one of the best-performing magazines in the U.S., Saveur's publisher abhors traditional sales methods and fervently believes in the future of print.

So What Do You Do, Peggy Northrop, VP/Global Editor-In-Chief, Reader's Digest?
Expanding Reader's Digest's content across multiple channels, Peggy Northrop opens up about sustainable pay models, revenue strategies, and industry contraction.

So What Do You Do, Vice Editor-in-Chief Jesse Pearson?
This candid EIC pumps content into the mag's Internet TV network, lauds ad/edit transparency, and reveals why Vice is growing despite the downturn.

So What Do You Do, Brides Publisher Alison Adler-Matz?
With two decades of experience under her belt, this publisher describes shepherding her sales team through current ad sales challenges.

So What Do You Do, Steve Proctor, S.F. Chronicle Deputy Managing Editor?
The longtime print reporter discusses the difficult industry climate, how the Web influences his front page, and what it takes to keep readers coming back.

So What Do You Do, Joe Zee, Creative Director, Elle?
Elle's main man serves haute dish on his new reality show gig and Nina Garcia's departure.

Hey, How'd You Build Paperless Post Into a Powerhouse, Alexa Hirschfeld?
One of the most powerful women in tech recalls her start and gives tips to aspiring entrepreneurs.

Hey, How'd You Become The Washington Post's Food and Travel Editor, Joe Yonan?
WaPo's resident foodie capitalizes on D.C.'s proximity to food policy issues and shakes up culinary content by engaging readers online.

Hey, How'd You Become the LA Times' Lead Travel Blogger, Jen Leo?
Fueling her brand with social media tools, the Los Angeles Times' lead travel blogger explains how she built her online media career.

Your Life in 1,000 Words: The Craft of Personal Essays
Veteran writers give advice on everything from coming up with a good idea to dealing with negative feedback after your essay is published.

Finding the Right Market for Your Work
Veteran writers give tips on how to find the perfect readers for your words.

The New Rules of Independent Magazine Publishing
To make it in the new magazine economy, forget old-school conventions and focus on building community, traction, and a realistic business plan.

How Hyperlocal Focus Keeps Community Papers Afloat
Despite steep digital competition and declining ad sales, the community paper business model keeps papers and jobs alive by capitalizing on hyperlocal coverage.

Revamp Your Print Habits For Web Writing
Seasoned writers who jumped from print to Web journalism offer seven strategies for retooling old habits for digital discourse.

Best Online Practices For Print Writers
Savvy bloggers share techniques for transitioning your writing style from print to online and propelling a blog to success.

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Spotted around the media universe

Allergic to Your Job? Journalist Announces His Newsprint Allergy - Posted May 21, 2014
Ink! According to a piece we read in The Wall Street Journal, a journalist at the Baltimore Sun has unfortunately learned he's allergic to newsprint! He's allergic to pine resin which is actuall... [TVNewser]

Allergic to Your Job? Journalist Announces His Newsprint Allergy - Posted May 21, 2014
Ink! According to a piece we read in The Wall Street Journal, a journalist at the Baltimore Sun has unfortunately learned he's allergic to newsprint! He's allergic to pine resin which is actuall... [MediaJobsDaily]

Highlights from the Newsweek Staff's Reddit AMA - Posted January 23, 2014
The Newsweek staff did a Reddit AMA today. Jim Impoco, editor-in-chief,... [TVSpy]

Why Are Digital News Orgs Getting Into Print? - Posted January 16, 2014
In a strange twist of events, popular digital news publishing orgs are starting to put out print magazines as an attempt to earn a revenue and increase brand awareness. No, it's not an Onion-type hoax. It's a true story. Capital New York, a leading political and media news blog, was bought by... [10,000 Words]

The Magazine Turns to Kickstarter to Fund A Collection of Stories - Posted December 10, 2013
We've already discussed how the media is increasingly turning to crowdfunding as a source of financing. The Magazine, an all-digital pub focused on non-fiction reporting ... [10,000 Words]

Print Readership Continues to Decline [Update] - Posted March 4, 2013
The number of people who read printed publications continue to decline. According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, over the past 10 yea... [Fishbowl NY]

Print Readership Continues to Decline [Update] - Posted March 4, 2013
The number of people who read printed publications continue to decline. According to a new study from the Pew Research Center, over the past 10 yea... [FishbowlNY]

Print's NYC Office Shuttering, Staffers Laid Off - Posted January 11, 2013
F+W Media is shutting down Print magazine's New York based offices and laying off the staffers. The plan, according to F+W, is to continue publishing Print, but keep things centralized at the company's corporate headquarters in Blue Ash, Ohio. For more on this story, ... [Fishbowl NY]

Print's NYC Office Shuttering, Staffers Laid Off - Posted January 11, 2013
F+W Media is shutting down Print magazine's New York based offices and laying off the staffers. The plan, according to F+W, is to continue publishing Print, but keep things centralized at the company's corporate headquarters in Blue Ash, Ohio. For more on this story, ... [FishbowlNY]

F+W Media to Shutter Print's NYC Operations - Posted January 11, 2013
This just in: Print parent F+W Media is shuttering the magazine's New York City office and laying off the New York-based team: executive editor Mason Currey, editor-in-chi... [UnBeige]

Smaller News Sites Rely On Facebook For Exposure - Posted September 14, 2012
Print media may be a dying enterprise due to the Internet, but thanks to Facebook, some smaller news sour... [AllFacebook]

Flip Through Your Facebook Timeline With Yearly Leaf - Posted August 29, 2012
Companies are figuring out every way to maximize the Facebook experience while users are online, but what about when they're not logged in? A new project called ... [AllFacebook]

Why Studying Journalism Is Still a Good Idea - Posted March 15, 2012
News of the death of newspapers never stops. A LinkedIn analytics post showed that newspapers are the fastest shrinking industry in terms of job numbers. The Newspaper Association of America released ... [10,000 Words]

How Cosmopolitan Netted 100,000 Paid Digital Subscriptions - Posted March 7, 2012
Cosmopolitan, the Hearst-owned "Fun Fearless Female" lady mag, told Ad Age today that they reached a significant milestone: to date, the publication has scored 100,000 paid digital subscriptions, a number that's quite encouragin... [TVSpy]

The Future Of Magazines... Is Print? From Home? - Posted October 18, 2011
While newspapers are the subject of much of the negative speculations about the future of jounalism, their print cousin the magazine hasn't exactly marched into the 21st Century unscathed and as popular as ever. It's expected, therefore, to learn about new initiatives to spread magazine content to new continents or new... [10,000 Words]

Create Your Own Infographic: "If you Printed your Entire Twitter Timeline..." - Posted August 11, 2011
Do you know how many times taller than the Statue of Liberty your Twitter timeline would stack if you printed it all out? Or how about how many babies would be born in the time it too to print it all? If you do, we salute you f... [10,000 Words]

Create Your Own Infographic: "If you Printed your Entire Twitter Timeline..." - Posted August 11, 2011
Do you know how many times taller than the Statue of Liberty your Twitter timeline would stack if you printed it all out? Or how about how many babies would be born in the time it too to print it all? If you do, we salute you f... [AllTwitter]

The Power of Print ... In a Video - Posted October 18, 2010
Check out the clever use of print and typography in the latest video by The Girl Effect, a humanitarian effort to lift girls out of poverty. ... [FishbowlLA]

Former Print Editor-in-Chief On Being Fired - Posted January 11, 2010
When Emily Gordon was let go from her position as editor-in-chief of design magazine Print ... [Fishbowl NY]

Former Print Editor-in-Chief On Being Fired - Posted January 11, 2010
When Emily Gordon was let go from her position as editor-in-chief of design magazine Print ... [FishbowlNY]

Breaking: Print Magazine Loses Editor In Chief - Posted January 6, 2010
When design publication I.D. magazine shuttered last month, we hoped it was the last of the bad news we'd be hearing from its publisher, F+W Media. Unfortunately,... [Fishbowl NY]

Breaking: Print Magazine Loses Editor In Chief - Posted January 6, 2010
When design publication I.D. magazine shuttered last month, we hoped it was the last of the bad news we'd be hearing from its publisher, F+W Media. Unfortunately,... [FishbowlNY]

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