TVNewser FishbowlDC AgencySpy TVSpy LostRemote PRNewser SocialTimes AllFacebook 10,000 Words GalleyCat UnBeige MediaJobsDaily

Jane Folds

shes_so_jane_brandon_holley.jpgWe hear the same thing Radar is hearing: Condé Nast is folding Jane magazine. Staffers were informed this morning, according to multiple sources.

E-mails to editor Brandon Holley [left] have yet to be returned.

Holley took over the title from founding editor and namesake Jane Pratt, who left — or was pushed, depending who you ask — in 2005.

Newsstand sales were reportedly down, but according to the Publishers Information Bureau, ad revenue ($6.2 million, up from $4.5 million, a 40 percent) and pages were up (35.4 percent) through March.

RELATED:

  • Magazines at the Break: So Not Jane
  • So Jane: Editor Holley Engaged
  • First Pizza, Now ‘Pitchfests’: Has Jane‘s Well Run Dry?
  • Mediabistro Course

    Get a Literary Agent

    Get a Literary AgentStarting August 6, learn how to find the right agent for your book and write a query that will get the deal done! Taught by Barbara Clark, a book agent and publishing consultant, you will learn the best methods for finding a literary agent, the proper protocol and etiquette for seeking literary representation, how to send queries and more. Register now!