Hey, How'd You Start a User-Generated Print Magazine, Paul Cloutier?
An expert offers advice on transforming user-submitted content into a print magazine, building a community, and the future of print
December 5, 2007
If Paul Cloutier's to be believed, the demise of print magazines is vastly overblown. The CEO of San Francisco's 8020 Publishing launched
two print magazines, JPG
, using user-generated content submitted to Web sites
and then voted upon by the online community at large. Both publications feature stunning photography and thick glossy ...
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