Magazine Business, From the Coolest Place to the Coldest

[ad_1] I miss magazines. It’s a strange pain, because they’re still with us: they’re looking out of the supermarket checkout shelves; took off around the table in hotel lobbies; Appearing in your mailbox long after the subscription is cancelled, like an ex-lover who refuses to agree to a breakup. But they also disappear. This accelerating …

Two Religious Conservatives and a Marxist Enter a Magazine

[ad_1] Many small media outlets these days believe they can deal the final blow to the faltering neoliberal order. But Compact, a self-described “radical American magazine” debuting this week, “takes an unconventional cross-ideological approach to the task of challenging the upper class that controls government, culture, and capital,” as a note from its editors put …

Hearst’s magazine journalists protest forced return

[ad_1] more than 300 employees Hearst’s magazine division They signed a petition objecting to the company’s plan to return to office starting next week, and their union has filed a complaint with the National Labor Relations Board. Hearst, whose titles include Cosmopolitan Esquire and Good Housekeeping told staff in October that they must return to …