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Miller-McCune Is Holding Its First NYC Event This Thursday

Here’s an interesting event for media watchers we thought you all might like to know about: Miller-McCune magazine is hosting its first New York City event tomorrow morning: a live debate on “Keeping It Real — Offline Values in an Online World.” The talk will take place at 8:30 a.m. (with breakfast at 8:00) at Club 101, 101 Park Avenue and will be moderated by Miller-McCune‘s editor in chief John Mecklin. Panelists include Sree Sreenivasan, Columbia University; Dalton Conley, New York University and Elsewhere, U.S.A.; Rachel Sklar, Mediaite; and Eric Klinenberg, New York University and Public Culture.

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Miller-McCune Magazine Wins Two Honors


Okay, everyone just calm down. We have a happy story about a magazine. We know, we know…we rarely get these anymore. The charming little magazine based in Santa Barbra, Miller-McCune is being recognized for their work. Neato:

Library Journal named Miller-McCune one of its 10 best new magazines of 2008 today, shortly after the magazine was nominated in the science/technology category of the Utne Reader’s 20th annual Independent Press Awards. “We are honored to have made such an early impact on readers and reviewers,” Miller-McCune Editor John Mecklin said. “It’s time for a new way of thinking and dealing with the problems we face in this nation.” Miller-McCune provides research and articles that have show real potential for solving current social issues particularly in healthcare, education, social policy and environmental issues.

Congrats guys.

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