There’s solid film coverage, the now-obligatory native content and more at BBook.com, the recently relaunched digital incarnation of BlackBook magazine. Next fall, the first bi-annual print issue will arrive, retailing for $10.
Original founder Evanly Schindler is back at the helm as editorial director, together with chairman Jon Bond, publisher Hunter Hill and sponsors Belstaff, Audible and Bang & Olufsen. Schindler tells FishbowlNY via email that shifting a content brand primarily to the Web comes with its own, particular set of challenges.
“The trick is transporting a respected, known arts & culture periodical to a successful and scalable daily digital execution,” he says. “The maintenance of provocation, intelligence and curation is much more difficult within the context of an ongoing conversation.”