Communication Arts has a long history of inspiring others in the communication industry. The trade journal strives to motivate industry pros to create meaningful work, covering visual work from ad agencies to photographers.
For PR pros, CA is a goldmine. It’s an established mag with a diverse demographic of readers, who all have a shared love of art. There are a variety of topics that are particularly PR friendly:
Publicists should tailor a pitch around one of four sections: “Exhibit,” a showcase of new and innovative projects in graphic design and advertising from around the world; “Fresh,” which features the latest cutting-edge work from people, firms and agencies that have been working professionally for approximately five years; “Webpicks,” a daily dose of outstanding Website design; and “News.”
To hear more about CA, including editors’ contact info, read: How To Pitch: Communication Arts.
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