This copy is for your personal, non-commercial use only. To order presentation-ready copies for distribution to colleagues, clients or customers, use the Reprints tool at the top of any article or visit: www.mbreprints.com.
March 31, 2006
When did "business lifestyle" become the hottest media category on the block? Condé Nast's still-unnamed business magazines added another deputy editor last week in the form of The Wall Street Journal's Weekend edition editor Amy Stevens. Her defection was no big surprise considering Condé's editor-in-waiting, Joanne Lipman, was Stevens' mentor at the Journal. And maybe it's just synchronicity, but Business Week has also poached Forbes.com's lifestyle porn guru Charles Dubow to work his magazine for them as the director of new products, and now Keith Kelly is reporting that SuccessSuccess<...
The How to Pitch series is worth its weight in gold. In just the first month I'd already benefited enough to consider the cost of joining well worth it. -- Gaen Murphree
AvantGuild benefits give you access to:
Premium content, including our How to Pitch Guides, an indispensable tool for freelance writers. view sample >
Savings of up to $35 per class on mediabistro.com courses and seminars.
Insurance discounts for freelancers and small businesses, including medical, dental, auto and home.
Lots of other professional discounts, including ZipCar (a $50 value) and your choice of magazine subscriptions (a $10 value).