Sunday, November 2, 2008

Road Bike Action Magazine will expand to nine issues

Road Bike Action will have a fresh copy out to readers every 30 days starting with the 2009 Tour of California issue and then for the following six months, to be followed by three bi-monthly issues in the fall.

The magazine's expansion to nine issues in 2009 is a testament to Road Bike Action Magazine's commitment not only to its readers but also to its loyal advertisers. These additional issues will support the increase in demand for Road Bike Action Magazine and take advantage of the aggressive push that its new distributor, Curtis Circulation Company (the largest distributor of magazines in the U.S. and Canada), has put in place with Road Bike Action.

Road Bike Magazine's newsstand growth is exceeding all projections, and Curtis has just increased the number of newsstand outlets displaying RBA by another 25-percent, beginning with the January 2009 issue (which is printing this week). The magazine's paid subscriber base has exceeded 10,000 copies, with a very high percentage of renewal subscriptions.


Southern Living and Cottage Living Magazines Appoint New Editors In Chief

Southern Progress Corporation announced today that Cottage Living Vice President and Editor in Chief Eleanor Griffin has been named vice president and editor in chief of its flagship title, Southern Living. Lindsay Bierman, founding executive editor of Cottage Living, has been promoted to vice president and editor in chief upon Griffin's departure.

Griffin succeeds longtime Southern Living Vice President and Editor in Chief John A. Floyd Jr., who announced his intention to retire at the end of the year after 18 years as editor in chief and 31 years with the company.

Southern Living currently is the seventh largest monthly consumer magazine in the U.S., with more than 16 million readers. Griffin will be the title's fourth editor in chief since its 1966 launch and the first female to hold the position.

Sunday, October 26, 2008

UberDrive Magazine Premiere Issue Released

Donald G. Roy, Managing Editor of UberDrive Magazine, announced today the release of the Premiere issue of the new digital magazine for automotive enthusiasts everywhere.

Available online in a flipbook format, or as a downloadable PDF file, UberDrive Magazine brings a unique perspective for automotive enthusiasts, regardless of the make, model or type of vehicle they own - or the number of wheels on it for that matter.

The Premiere Issue of UberDrive Magazine presents 104 pages of Adventures for the Automotive Enthusiast. Hot rides, interesting destinations, contemporary technology and coming developments will be regularly covered in each issue. Even before the release of the Premiere Issue, new contributors have been lining up to provide interesting and engaging content for future issues. For the first three issues, the magazine will be released on a bi-monthly basis. It is planned that after this, the publication will go onto a monthly release schedule.


Black Health Magazine

Curtis Circulation Company, LLC will launch BLACK HEALTH (01124) nationally and internationally, published by Household Publishing & Enterprises, Inc. on November 4, 2008.

Black Health Magazine, a bimonthly healthy living publication, strives to empower African Americans with the information they need to make holistic, healthy lifestyle choices. While medical healthcare is one of the primary concerns of Black Health Magazine, the publication also addresses the physical, nutritional, beauty, financial, emotional and mental care of its readers.

The premier newsstand issue of Black Health Magazine will go on-sale both nationally and internationally November 4, 2008 (December's issue). This issue features the recording artists Mary, Mary's balance between work, family, entertainment, beauty and health.


Sunday, October 19, 2008

Significant Living Acquires Today's Christian Magazine

Significant Living is pleased and honored to join Christianity Today International in announcing the transition of the publication Today's Christian magazine to Significant Living's Today's Christian. The new publication will launch in January 2009 featuring a new larger full-size magazine format, beautiful layouts and photography, informational articles and inspiring stories of faith. It will feature Christian celebrities and their stories, sports figures, well-known public personalities and those prominent in Christian ministries. In addition it will feature "everyday heroes" outstanding examples of ordinary people living significant, extraordinary lives. "We believe our readers will be delighted with our magazine, the premier publication of its kind." says Jerry Rose, President of Significant Living and Total Living International.

Significant Living's Today's Christian is a faith based magazine focused on those in midlife and beyond showcasing feature writers such as Walt Larimore, Jane Rubietta, Rebekah Montgomery, and more. Cover stories have featured Christian profiles such as singers Brenda Lee, Bill and Gloria Gaither, former Governor Mike Huckabee, former NFL star and all-pro Mike Singletary, Astronaut Charlie Duke, Actor Gavin McLeod, and speakers and authors Joni Eareckson Tada, and Pam Christensen.

Significant Living is an organization with a mission to empower readers and members to live with Christ-like vitality and to celebrate life and faith in every season of life. Rose states, "We want to encourage others to make their relationship with Christ their most important priority. Our magazine and organization will inform and inspire you along this journey." To learn more about Significant Living, visit their website at

Reader's Digest Association to Publish 50,000 Original Articles Online at (HSW), the Web site famous for its easy-to-understand explanations of how the world actually works, and The Reader's Digest Association, Inc. (RDA) announced a strategic partnership in which RDA will contribute 50,000 articles to the HSW Web site over five years. In RDA's first large-scale digital partnership, HSW will be the exclusive English-language online publisher of these articles in many popular categories including home and garden, science and nature, lifestyle, and how-to reference content, such as sleeping better and reducing stress. Until now, this material has only been available in print.'s quality content is highly ranked by the world's leading search engines, attracting an audience of approximately 15 million unique users each month. The addition of the RDA articles to established categories within HSW will create unique and compelling opportunities for advertisers, who can now easily reach groups of engaged consumers interested in areas such as DIY and home and garden topics. This partnership also represents a new revenue stream for the RDA articles, which, now available in their online format, will be able to attract new advertisers.

By adding RDA content, known worldwide for its combination of quality and personality, HSW is continuing to expand its portfolio of expert information and to enhance the user experience. Recently, HSW has contextually integrated thousands of engaging and relevant video clips drawn from Discovery Communications' vast video library to provide information-seeking consumers with a rich, multimedia experience. Now, consumers will be able to read HSW and Reader's Digest Association articles about everything from remodeling your kitchen to growing an organic garden to setting up a home wireless network, augmented with video clips from the Discovery family of networks. ( is an online source of
credible, unbiased and easy-to-understand explanations of how the world
actually works.

Sunday, October 12, 2008

New Magazine: FutureClaw Magazine

The latest trends in fashion and art intersect in FutureClaw, a new large-format quarterly publication devoted to visual stories. FutureClaw magazine premieres with over 200 pages of fashion and art editorials on beautifully printed, colorful 12" x 15" glossy paper. With a Fall 2008 cover fashion story featuring Martina, photographed by Kristiina Wilson, a feature story on artist Steven Harrington, and additional story contributions by PictureBox publisher Dan Nadel, and Deitch Projects director Kathy Grayson, FutureClaw represents the vanguard of creative culture.


AOL Launches New Digital City Website

AOL announced the launch of Digital City,, a new, magazine-style site that enables readers to stay on top of the latest entertainment trends and stories from around the world. Digital City takes a new approach to geo-blogging by showcasing original content with a local slant, but global appeal.

In addition to daily posts on topics ranging from the arts to fall festivities, Digital City has weekly features focusing on news and trends in entertainment, concerts, nightlife and dining. The monthly blogazine "Drink World" is devoted to the global culture of drinking.

"We’re excited to launch Digital City and to continue our legacy of providing consumers with compelling local entertainment information" said Chris Spanos, General Manager of AOL Local. "From the serious to the irreverent, Digital City is sure to inform and entertain readers"


Friday, October 10, 2008

Veteran Travel Writers Paul Lasley and Elizabeth Harryman Bring Their Expertise to Travel & History Magazine

Noted travel writers Paul Lasley and Elizabeth Harryman will bring their travel expertise to OldWestNewWest.Com Travel & History Magazine starting with the e-Zine's October issue, Mike Harris, publisher, announced today, saying that the two experts will provide expanded coverage of travel news and adventures happening in the West.

"Paul will serve as our magazine's travel editor, and Elizabeth will take on the job of overseeing and directing our online audio/video content," Harris said, "and I couldn't be happier to make this announcement. Of course, the real beneficiaries of Paul and Elizabeth's coming on board will be our readers, who will tap into some of the best travel advice, tips and story-telling being offered up today."

Paul Lasley and Elizabeth Harryman have been professional journalists and broadcasters specializing in travel since the days when flying was fun, Harris added. Their travel reports are heard daily on American Forces Radio in more than 170 countries as well as at (

Paul and Elizabeth are the regular travel columnists for Westways, the magazine of the Automobile Club of Southern California. It is the single most influential travel publication in Southern California.

Elizabeth is the travel editor of Westways and editor of Hawai'i Westways. Elizabeth also is the consulting travel editor for Texas Journey and New Mexico Journey. The two have traveled much of the world but their first love has always been the West and the stories and scenery that make it endlessly fascinating, the couple said.

Paul and Elizabeth's best-selling book, Honeymoons: A Romantic Travel Guide is the winner of a Lowell Thomas Travel Journalism Award. Another book on romantic getaways in the West is in development. They are married and live in Southern California.

The e-Zine will be adding more audio and video features, and Elizabeth will help direct the travel content, Harris said. Additionally, one of their immediate assignments will be to develop a weekly blog called "On Travel in the West." They will answer reader questions about what to see and do in the West.


Thursday, October 9, 2008

New Magazine: Xtra Pair of Hands

Xtra Pair of Hands, The Magazine will debut as a monthly publication catering exclusively to the Personal and Corporate Concierge Industry. The Magazine will provide insight and resources to the concierge industry and to those looking to work in the industry as a Personal Assistant.

The free publication of 50,000 copies will be home delivered and distributed monthly throughout the Metro Atlanta area to upscale hotels, malls, restaurants, corporate executives, personal assistants and over 100 independent newsstands throughout the city.

Lelia Mack-Balenciada is editor-in-chief.


Sunday, October 5, 2008

Vita magazine hits the stands

Transcontinental Media has launched the first issue of Vita magazine. Vita, like its successful English counterpart More, creates content that is relevant to French-Canadian women in their forties. A launch event will take place in Montreal this evening with spokesperson Dominique Bertrand, Quebec personality, as well as the musical group The Lost Fingers.

As previously announced, Vita will be headed by Sylvie Poirier, formerly editor-in-chief of ELLE QUEBEC, a Transcontinental publication she was part of for seven years. Chantal Ares is the art director at Vita.


Niche Media Launches Michigan Avenue Magazine

Michigan Avenue Magazine, the most talked about launch in Chicago, and the most successful launch in Niche Media history, will be hitting shelves today. The 360-page premiere issue featuring Chicago's hometown supermodel Cindy Crawford, will be followed by a Holiday issue, and then ten issues in 2009.

The magazine has exceeded all expectations with over $3 million in sales amassed over the last six months.

Michigan Avenue Magazine celebrates the lifestyles and passions of Chicago's most affluent and sophisticated readers. High-impact covers and witty, intelligent editorial content will include features and interviews, fashion stories, an inside-look with celebrity contributors, product and accessories trends, home design, art, restaurants, theatre, entertainment, and photos of the people and places that make Chicago so special.


Sunday, September 28, 2008

Matt DeLorenzo Named Editor-In-Chief, Road & Track Magazine

Alain Lemarchand, President & CEO, Hachette Filipacchi Media U.S. announced today that Matt DeLorenzo, Deputy Editor, Road & Track has been promoted to Vice President/Editor-in-Chief of the magazine reporting to Senior Vice President, Group Editorial Director John Owens.

DeLorenzo has been running day-to-day operations for the magazine since former Editor-in-Chief Thos L. Bryant retired this year after 36 years with the company. Road & Track magazine reaches nearly 6 million readers monthly and is distinguished for its credibility and authority in automotive journalism as well as for its quality design and beautiful photography.

Beyond Road & Track magazine, the brand has expanded and now offers its trusted content across a broad range of platforms including, providing guidance and entertainment to both enthusiasts and in-market shoppers.

Singular magazine Hits Regional Newsstands

Singular magazine, created to serve Los Angeles' fast growing demographic of affluent unmarried adults, has hit regional newsstands and 63,000 households. Along with its companion website, the magazine delivers an editorial voice that validates what it calls the "singular" lifestyle, recognizing being single as a satisfying, enjoyable lifestyle.

Differentiating itself from other singles-oriented brands, Singular's goal is to position the unmarried status as a positive and fulfilling way-of-life and will embrace and speak to this large, fast-growing, successful group in a way that celebrates their life style rather than trying to "fix it."

Singular magazine is the ultimate "good life" guide for unmarried adults over 30 with household incomes over $100,000. The look of the 140-page glossy premiere issue says sophisticated, sexy and savvy -- as well as friendly, inviting, warm and fun. offers a virtual community for "singulars" that includes social networking functionality with personal profiles, forums, blogs, special interest groups and a calendar of events and activities.

Singular Communications was launched by freelance journalist Kim Calvert and financier, publisher David Wright. Calvert and Wright are debuting both and the launch of Singular magazine and local SingularCity events in Los Angeles. Calvert is responsible for overseeing the editorial content and securing high profile contributors. She is also responsible for setting and maintaining the fun, upbeat and often humorous tone of the magazine. Working alongside Calvert is Art Director Carol Wakano; Contributing Editor Marva Marrow; Photo Editor Valerie Bassett, and Associate Publishers Richard Blackledge and Bradford Stauffer.


Sunday, September 21, 2008

Food Network Magazine

Hearst Magazines and Food Network will create Food Network Magazine, a publication about food and entertaining that will be tested in the market starting this fall. The magazine will appeal to food lovers and Food Network fans of all ages and culinary abilities, offering pages of accessible recipes and tips, as well as unprecedented access to America's favorite Food Network stars.

The premiere issue is scheduled to hit newsstands nationwide on October 14, with a second test issue planned for January. Initial distribution will be 300,000 copies. Maile Carpenter, formerly executive editor of Every Day with Rachael Ray, is the magazine's editor-in-chief.

The magazine concept is to feature various Food Network talent -- from the Barefoot Contessa Ina Garten to Paula Deen, Guy Fieri, Alton Brown and Tyler Florence -- throughout its pages, offering readers their personal tips, tricks and recipes, plus a behind-the-scenes look at their shows and kitchens. Recipes from the Food Network Kitchens will be divided into easy weeknight meals and dishes more suited to weekend entertaining. In addition, the magazine will showcase great kitchen tools, food products, new restaurants, original recipes and the best food across America.

David Schoonmaker Named Editor of American Scientist Magazine

After a year at the helm as acting editor of American Scientist magazine, David R. Schoonmaker has been named editor of Sigma Xi's flagship publication. His appointment follows a 15-year tenure as managing editor of the magazine.

In all, Schoonmaker has 35 years of experience in magazine production that includes serving as executive editor of Rodale’s Men’s Health Newsletter and technical editor for Mother Earth News. He has also written or edited seven books.

Schoonmaker succeeds Rosalind Reid, who served as editor of American Scientist from 1992-2008. She is now acting executive director of the Initiative in Innovative Computing at Harvard University, where she was a visiting scholar in 2007-2008.

American Scientist traces its origins back to 1913. The bimonthly, illustrated magazine of science and technology has a circulation of more than 75,000 and is published by Sigma Xi, The Scientific Research Society. In recent years, American Scientist has been honored with many awards for editorial, design and illustration quality.

Each issue is filled with feature articles written by prominent scientists and engineers, reviewing important work in fields that range from molecular biology to computer engineering. The articles are carefully edited and accompanied by illustrations that are developed to enhance the reader's understanding and enjoyment.

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Modern Luxury Debuts Manhattan Magazine

Modern Luxury Media, the largest publisher of city magazines in the United States, today launched Manhattan magazine, a lifestyle glossy covering the New York City luxe life. The magazine premieres with a special look at whom and what is leading the city's fashion and home design industries. Its arrival will be fêted tonight with a private press party at the Bryant Park Hotel, the epicenter of New York City Fashion Week activity, and followed by a larger celebration later in the month.

With the debut of Manhattan magazine, Modern Luxury's 13th major market consumer magazine, the 16-year old publishing company becomes the only city-regional publisher in the U.S. able to offer advertisers reach into every major market in the country.

Manhattan magazine caters to the interests, sensibilities and 24/7 lifestyle of New York's working affluent.

Manhattan magazine will publish bi-monthly through the end of 2009. Each issue will showcase the best that luxury brands have to offer and blend service-oriented features with high artistry to guide the well-heeled New Yorker through the city's fast-paced world of design, culture, art, fashion and dining.

The digital edition of Manhattan magazine can be found at:

Friday, September 19, 2008

Sandow Media Acquires Watch Magazine

Sandow Media today announced the acquisition of InSync(R), a leading watch magazine for high-end watch enthusiasts, connoisseurs, and collectors, from World Publications.

"InSync(R) fits perfectly into the Sandow Media group of luxury brands," said Adam I. Sandow, CEO of Sandow Media. "The magazine represents a key component of our strategy as we continue to develop significant brands that serve the high-net-worth market with exceptional journalism. In recent years, the wealth market has demonstrated a growing and increasingly sophisticated appetite for fine timepieces; our goal is to create the largest and most widely read magazine in this category."

The magazine will be rebranded Watch Journal and Sandow plans a major investment in the magazine's distribution, editorial, design and marketing. As a major component of the new push, Sandow will shortly unveil a proprietary distribution strategy to reach ultra affluent consumers.

Sandow Media will retain the Houston, Texas staff with additional support from its Florida and New York offices. Sandow recently opened offices in Manhattan at the Banks Building (58 West 40th Street). Overlooking Bryant Park, the penthouse office will house the staff of the recently acquired Worth magazine in addition to the growing sales and marketing teams for Watch Journal, NewBeauty and LUXE.

Sunday, September 14, 2008

Country Weekly Appoints Marie Wolpert as Publisher

American Media, Inc. (AMI) has named Marie Wolpert as Publisher of Country Weekly magazine. She will begin her duties immediately and report to AMI President John Miller.

Ms. Wolpert has held high-level positions for a number of prominent publications, including being the Associate Publisher of Smart Money and the Advertising Director at New Yorker. Most recently she served as a sales & marketing consultant for the Hearst publications Good Housekeeping and Quick and Simple.

Ms. Wolpert will be based in American Media's New York Offices, while Country Weekly's editorial staff will continue to be located in Nashville. Ms. Wolpert replaces Tori Hughes as publisher, who declined to make the transition to New York.

Sandow Media Names Patrick Williams Publisher of Worth Magazine

Sandow Media has appointed of Patrick Williams to the position of vice president and publisher of Worth magazine, the financial magazine targeted to ultra-affluent consumers, acquired by Sandow Media in February 2008.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

New York House Magazine Appoints Meyer as Editor

ScheinMedia has appointed Nancy Meyer to the post of editor for New York House (, a monthly magazine which specializes in residential and multifamily real estate, construction, design and green living in New York.

Meyer has 18 years' experience in business journalism, managing publications and sections of trade newspapers. She joins ScheinMedia from 'Home Furnishings News', where she served for more than 14 years as senior editor of furniture, lighting and home decor. Prior to that, Meyer served as editor-in-chief of 'Intimate Fashion News', and prior to that, she was managing editor of 'Empire State Report'.

Meyer holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism and French from SUNY New Paltz, where she currently teaches journalism.

At New York House, Meyer is responsible for repositioning the monthly magazine for growth in 'green' and sustainable home building, design and furnishings, as well as enhancing its home furnishings offerings. She reports to Jonathan A. Schein, publisher of New York House and president and chief executive officer of ScheinMedia.

Thursday, September 11, 2008

ELIXIR International - The World's First Quarterly Anti-Aging Magazine

Elixir Press Ltd has launched ELIXIR International, the world's first quarterly super glossy consumer magazine, totally focused on the booming market in anti-aging services and products.

The 200-page perfect bound quarterly will go on sale in the UK (W H Smiths, Borders, Tesco, independent newsagents) and internationally in October with a cover price of $7 (£3.80) and an initial print run of 100,000 copies. It will also be distributed free to spas, cruise ships, luxury hotels, gyms, airport business lounges, on private charter jets and international sales through on-line subscription.

The paper quality and size of the magazine will be exactly the same as that of Vogue magazine. ELIXIR International will also be published online to meet the demand of both internet readers and advertisers.

The publication of ELIXIR International follows the successful pilot launch last year of the monthly title ELIXIR and an online magazine devoted to rejuvenation and anti-ageing, established four years ago. It now has 30,000 unique visitors each month and has a growing database of subscribers interested in anti-ageing products and services.


MichBio Will Publish Bi-Annual Magazine Covering Michigan's Biosciences Industry

MichBio, the association for Michigan's biosciences industry, announced today that it will publish a bi-annual magazine entitled BioMatters. The glossy, professionally written publication will be devoted to chronicling the discoveries, trends, issues and personalities that are shaping a growing and vibrant Michigan biosciences community.

The magazine's second edition will be published in May 2009 and, in addition to editorial content, will include the Michigan Biosciences Directory and Resource Guide, a listing of all of Michigan biosciences companies, resources such as economic development organizations, SmartZones, funding sources, etc., and MichBio member service providers to the industry.


Sunday, September 7, 2008

ENVY Magazine Launches in Austin, Texas

ENVY Magazine, the premier lifestyle magazine in Texas, announced the publication has launched in Austin, continuing the next phase of their statewide expansion campaign. ENVY is currently available to readers in Dallas and Houston, and in the coming months the publication plans to expand into San Antonio, as well as outside of the state in the next year.

Every month, ENVY readers enjoy comprehensive coverage of music, film, fashion, technology, automobiles, art, social events, restaurants, clubs, bars and everything else of interest to its savvy followers.


Saturday, September 6, 2008

Sports and Entertainment Magazine Debuts

Sports and Entertainment Magazine (SET Magazine) announced the launch of its newest magazine that will hit stands September 2008. SET Magazine will offer an in-depth look behind the scenes of famous athletes and celebrities; showcasing their families, vacations, lifestyle and give a bird's eye view of multi-millionaire celebrity lifestyle. SET will also offer vivid photographs and one-on-one up close interviews with the nation's top celebrities that you won't find in other magazines.

The magazine boasts of giving fans unparalleled access taking them past the world of stats and scores to reveal the interior world of professional athletes and their families. SET Magazine will circulate 50,000 copies in Barnes & Nobles, Borders and 7-Eleven.

Publisher Danisha Rolle says this Magazine is geared towards women who love sports and watch sports television shows but do not pick up sports magazines. "I started this magazine with women in mind, but the magazine is for all sports enthusiast," says Rolle, who is wife to Samari Rolle, cornerback with the Baltimore Ravens.

SET Magazine will also launch their new website in conjunction with the release of the magazine. will feature more than what is in the magazine.


Friday, September 5, 2008

New State Magazine Launches in Texas

Departing from the "if it's negative, it's news" approach to magazines dedicated to Texas, Publisher Kelley Glick is putting her best boot forward with the launch of Texas Magazine on September 15, 2008. The new bi-monthly consumer magazine and its online version Texas Magazine Website Online - offer a fresh, positive perspective on the lifestyle, allure and essence of being Texan - by birth or adoption.

"We concentrate on the best aspects of life in Texas and the exceptional people, places and events that make Texas so vibrant," said Glick, publisher of Texas Magazine and founder of Blue Sky Publications, LLC. "We will explore the arts, culture, businesses, and creative endeavors in the state, plus include a dining guide, travel ideas and calendar of local events by city. And, we promise to make the magazine a good read."

Regular content from writers around the state includes: Artistically Yours introducing filmmakers, musicians and artists and their work; Business Case, exploring the latest business trends in the state and profiles of movers and shakers; Healthy Texan, highlighting the state's best places for health and activities for fitness; and, Portrait, profiling accomplished Texans.

Urban life will be a focus for the publication, with coverage dedicated to the major metropolitan areas -- Dallas, Fort Worth, Houston, San Antonio and Austin. "But we will explore every part of Texas, and all kinds of events are welcomed -- as long as your zip code is in Texas," adds Glick.

The launch issue includes a profile of Gov. Rick Perry as author of his book On My Honor; a timely report on wind energy in Texas; an article on how Nolan Ryan and his two sons have brought minor league ball to Austin and Corpus Christi; a profile of one of the Lost Boys of Sudan who now lives in Plano; and, a portrait of urban life in the fast-growing city of Fort Worth. Glick also has applied for consumer magazine membership with the media auditing firm BPA Worldwide to track circulation, geographic coverage and ad pricing.


Sunday, August 31, 2008

Jeffrey Birnbaum Joins The Washington Times as Managing Editor

Jeffrey Birnbaum, a veteran Washington journalist, TV commentator and award-winning author, has been named managing editor of The Washington Times' digital media operations.

Birnbaum will oversee the Times' newly redesigned Web site, its expanding television and radio products and several new digital products such as the electronic edition of the newspaper that arrives by email and new content syndication feeds.

For the past 4 years, Birnbaum has written about the connections between business, lobbying and politics for The Washington Post, authoring the weekly column "K Street Confidential." In addition, he is a political analyst for the Fox News Channel, as well as a panelist on the PBS public-affairs program "Washington Week." He is also national political analyst for Fox News Radio and is a commentator on the popular national radio broadcast "Marketplace."

He will continue to appear on Fox News Channel and other Fox outlets while working at The Washington Times.

Friday, August 29, 2008

Bloghology Magazine Announces its First Edition

Interactive Global Media created Bloghology - the only printed, online and digital magazine for bloggers, writers and Blogging Industry.

This magazine will be a "must have" for every blogger around the world because of the very interesting topics that will contain in every issue – blogging lessons, news, interviews, how to make money online and many more.

The printed version will be a unique magazine that will be published every three months with a run of 40 000+ copies. Annual subscription will be 20 Euro in Europe and 40 $ in USA. The online version will be a community site where the hole blogging industry will meet and share information, videos, tutorials etc.

Similar to anthology, bloghology is a collection of bloggers, their profiles, photos, and links to their best post. Bloghology team mission is to cover everything in blogging providing a worthwhile content for the experienced bloggers and lessons how to start a blog or how to advertise on a blog for the beginners.


Thursday, August 28, 2008


From energy, to waste, recycling, health, entertainment, building and more, each issue of Green Solutions Magazine covers a huge range of topics from a wide range of professional and scholarly perspectives. Visitors to the site are also informed about the actions being taken to protect nature and wildlife, influential people and organizations and the activities they are pursuing to make a difference, books that cover environmental topics, extraordinary people who dedicate their lives to help protect the future of our world and products that will enable us to do our part to protect ourselves, others, the environment and our surroundings.


Sunday, August 24, 2008

Self Improvement Magazine Debuts in October

At a time of low national morale and economic hardships, a new magazine will hit the streets this October that is focused on providing inspiration to people all over the world to create the life they deserve through proven and practical lessons taught by the experts who have done just that.

That publication is appropriately called, Self Improvement Magazine, and its founded by Life Coach, Author and Founder of the Synergy Institute, Tristan J. Loo.

"I wanted to create a magazine that not only inspires people to change, but also gives them some really practical "mind-tools" that they can use right out of the box to create compelling changes in their lives," says Loo. "Life success skills are not something that's taught in the educational system at any level, so creating Self Improvement Magazine is my way of sharing this information from the very best experts that have done it themselves.


Saturday, August 23, 2008

Jeremy McCarter Joins Newsweek as Senior Writer

Jeremy McCarter has joined Newsweek as a senior writer, covering arts, culture and entertainment. McCarter will also occasionally cover broader cultural, social and political topics for both the magazine and

McCarter comes to Newsweek after three years as the theater critic of New York Magazine. "Jeremy is a terrific writer and a keen observer, and his ability to connect the dots between different ideas, media, themes and genres is precisely the type of sophisticated cultural commentary Newsweek readers expect from the magazine," said Assistant Managing Editor Mark Miller.

Before New York Magazine, McCarter wrote for The New York Sun as one of that paper's original critics when it launched in 2002. His career began at The New Republic, where he edited and oversaw the launch of The New Republic Online and where he remains a contributing editor. He has served on the Pulitzer Drama Jury and the Obie Award Committee, and has written for The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Guardian (UK), Politico and the Best Plays Yearbook. He has edited "Bite the Hand That Feeds You: Essays and Provocations by Henry Fairlie," which will be published by Yale University Press next spring. He studied history and graduated with honors from Harvard.


Thursday, August 21, 2008

New Self Improvement Magazine Teaches Practical Strategies for Life Success

The purpose of life is to live a life of purpose. Every morning, when the sun rises, a deer awakens knowing it has to outrun the fastest lion or be hunted to death...a lion awakens, knowing it has to outrun the slowest deer or be starved to death! It does not matter whether you are a deer or a lion, when the sun rises, better be running at your best!

Identifying whether you are a deer or a lion takes some insight and introspection. To find out one's life purpose and achieving the dream you have, asks for some cut-out steps, practical steps, to climb each rung of the ladder to fulfill your dream. Self Improvement Magazine is your complete source for practical personal growth and development information. Experts from a wide variety of fields share with you their secrets to living a better, more productive life.

This entertaining and thought-provoking magazine includes practical techniques, tools and strategies for getting from where you are right now to where you want to be in the future. Our magazine focuses on the six core areas of life success: Wealth Creation, Life Purpose, Well-being, Personal Effectiveness, Leadership, and Relationships.

Tristan Loo, publisher of the Self Improvement Magazine, believes that each person has a unique purpose of delivering something of significant value to this world. His studies into motivation, leadership, behavioral psychology, interpersonal communication and superior human relationships has taught him that anyone can achieve their dreams in life simply by tapping into their hidden potential and coaching others to do the same.


Sunday, August 17, 2008

New Magazine Provides Superior Technology Advice for Executive Management

Enterprise Management Quarterly (EMQ) is written exclusively for Executive Management and provides solutions for intricate IT issues. The niche of the site and print magazine is that it is written mostly by IT Executives and opens a forum of communication between executives, IT professionals and business solution planners on a functional rather than on a purely theoretical level. Distribution includes 42,000 business and technology decision-makers in mid to large organizations, throughout all major industries.

David Forbes, Executive Vice President of Boston Hannah, describes the magazine as being “one of the only in its field to provide information straight from the people who make the important decisions in Information Technology for their companies on a daily basis.”

The site launched at the end of April, with the print magazine launching in September. The online version will compliment the print magazine by covering both breaking news and current events through a regularly updated website, featuring in-depth editorial on the latest in IT news and trends. Furthermore, the website will feature interactive podcasts of interviews with CIOs and other distinguished executives. Information Technology Executives and companies are urged to contact EMQ with new product information and reviews to feature their product and experiences in the magazine.


Saturday, August 16, 2008

Latest Issue of Triangle East Magazine Completes New Look

Over its past three issues, Triangle East magazine has been rolling out new design elements that make the publication brighter, cleaner and more reader-friendly. The August/September 2008 back-to-school issue completes the look with a new "flag" on the cover that emphasizes "East" to better reflect its geographic coverage area.

"Along with our Web site and e-mail newsletter, we've enhanced the whole look and feel of Triangle East magazine," says Publisher Bill Zadeits. "The new look strengthens our brand and makes us more easily identifiable."

With a focus on children, the August/September 2008 issue features articles on back-to-school fashion, local playgroups, healthy school lunch options, non-competitive activities, kids' orthotics, and kid-friendly activities from Clayton's Out of the Box Party and It's All About Me tween-teen spa.

Additional lifestyle articles feature community-supported agriculture (CSA) programs where subscribers receive produce weekly from a particular farm, furniture made of exotic woods by East Wake Hardwoods of Zebulon, and tips on sowing seeds for next spring.

This issue's Community Focus is on Smithfield and Selma, and features the popular East Coast Antique Show, Smithfield's burgeoning downtown district, and the Ava Gardner Film Festival.


Sunday, August 10, 2008

Michael Vohland Named Publisher AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN & PRODUCTION

Gardner Publications, Inc. has appointed Michael Vohland to Publisher of AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN & PRODUCTION (AD&P). At the same time, Richard Kline Jr., former Publisher of AD&P has assumed the role of Group Publisher for Gardner Publications, Inc.

Vohland has been the Associate Publisher of AD&P since 1999 and has been instrumental in the rapid growth of AD&P over the last several years. Annual sales have more than doubled during his tenure and AD&P is now # 1 in total market share in the automotive business-to-business category.

AUTOMOTIVE DESIGN & PRODUCTION is published by Gardner Publications Inc., headquartered in Cincinnati, OH.

Better Nutrition Magazine Launches Healthy Living Guides

Better Nutrition magazine today announced the launch of Better Nutrition Books. Beginning with the Better Nutrition Healthy Living Guides, a series of 32-page booklets, Better Nutrition Books will offer readers in-depth information on a variety of topics to help readers achieve optimal health at every stage of life.

The Healthy Living Guides, which will debut in health food stores this fall, include information on coenzyme Q10, hormones, immunity, inflammation, cleanse, probotics, skin care and water.

Karolyn A. Gazella has been named managing editor of Better Nutrition Books. Gazella is the co-author of the Definitive Guide to Cancer (Celestial Arts 2007) and Return to Beautiful Skin (Basic Health 2008). She has written hundreds of articles on the topic of natural health and is the founding publisher of the Journal Integrative Medicine: A Clinician's Journal.

Sunday, August 3, 2008

Anne Chertoff Named Senior Editor of

Anne Chertoff has been named Senior Editor of Her appointment is effective immediately.

Most recently, Ms. Chertoff was a producer for the Beauty & Style, Pregnancy & Parenting and Weddings channels at NBC's Prior to iVillage, she was an independent consultant making regular on-camera appearances as a lifestyle expert, as well as working in television production and developing segments for lifestyle and wedding-themed television shows and specials.


Saturday, August 2, 2008

Motor Play - World's First Digital Automotive Magazine

The Internet just got a lot more interesting for petrolheads and petrolhead wannabes.

Motor Play, the world's first digital motoring magazine, is now online and available for download from, for Windows and Mac users.

Motor Play represents the next wave in motoring media, being the first digital magazine that features text, photography, videos and sounds in a unique format capable of bringing a brand new, entertaining experience to users.

Motor Play is a monthly publication with over 200 pages of beautifully produced articles on cars and is open to a wide audience, not only to boy racers and car fanatics. "We hope our users will enjoy reading and feeling Motor Play e-magazine as much as we enjoy making it, because these days, cars should all be about fun."

Motor Play is easy to read, collectible, eco-friendly, and brings together the best of both worlds: the e-zine feels like a printed magazine, but also offers the benefits of the digital online world. Users can send feedback from within the magazine, can click on a link inside in order to visit web pages and can flip through the pages of the e-zine just like with a normal printed magazine.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

Slate Hires Technology Writer Farhad Manjoo

Slate, the daily online magazine, it will expand its technology coverage with a regular column by leading technology writer Farhad Manjoo. The column, to be published twice a week, will focus on how technology affects politics, business, culture and society as well as cover new gadgets, products and trends.

Manjoo joins Slate from where he covered technology for over six years and wrote a daily blog called "Machinist." He is the author of the book True Enough: Learning to Live in a Post-Fact Society which examines propaganda on the Web, cable news and talk radio. He’s based in San Francisco, Calif.


Conde Nast Shuts Down Golf For Women Magazine

Golf For Women magazine will cease publication with its July/August issue.

Golf For Women was launched in 1988. Condé Nast purchased the magazine in 2001 from the Meredith Corporation. It publishes six times a year and has a current ratebase of 600,000.

Condé Nast Publications, a unit of Advance Publications, includes twenty-six consumer magazines and their websites, CondéNet, the Fairchild Fashion Group, Parade, the Condé Nast Media Group, and the Shared Services Centers.

Elevated Existence, a New Spiritual Self-Help Magazine Debuts

The premiere issue of Elevated Existence, a new digital magazine created for individuals worldwide who are seeking to further their spirituality, achieve a higher consciousness and find inspiration in their everyday lives, is now available as a FREE download to celebrate its debut.

"After the death of my mother, I began down my own spiritual path, and have found not only comfort, but a new way of living my life and approaching the world," said Tammy Mastroberte, founder, publisher and editorial director of Elevated Existence magazine. "I created this publication to help others find the same things, and to hopefully inspire them as much as these topics and teachings have inspired me."

The premiere, June 2008 issue is available for download FREE at It features the cover story, "Connecting to Your Soul: Inside the Chopra Center Renewal Weekend," as well as articles on finding the right meditation, self-healing, Reiki and Louis Hay Affirmations from her best-selling DVD "You Can Heal Your Life," featured on Oprah twice in the past year.

Unlike print publications, Elevated Existence offers subscribers the option of reading each issue on their computer or other Internet-enabled device in a PDF format, or printing it to take on the go. From the law of attraction and manifestation tools to yoga, meditation and alternative healing, Elevated Existence is open to all things aimed at positively improving the lives of its readers and their overall well-being.

Mastroberte has more than 10 years experience in the magazine publishing industry, and began this publication and Web site because of her own interest and passion for a variety of topics that fall under the subject of spirituality and self-improvement, along with her desire to share them with the world.

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Hearst Magazines and MSN Partner to Launch New Food Site

Hearst Magazines and MSN have partnered to develop and launch a new food-related Web destination named, also available at The new site, which will launch in fall 2008 and will exist as its own brand, will be owned, built and edited by Hearst Magazines Digital Media and distributed by MSN. The terms of the deal puts Hearst Magazines Digital Media in charge of the design, development and editorial vision of the site, while MSN will be responsible for advertising sales and primary distribution of the site's content through the MSN network. MSN and Hearst anticipate that's traffic numbers will immediately place the site into the top 10 food-related destinations online. will be accessible through the MSN home page and in editorial programming across its network, including on the MSN Lifestyle Channel and other relevant channels. In addition, all of the advertising inventory for will be sold by the MSN sales team, which will also sell targeted inventory in the food category on,, and

New Economics Magazine Launched for Amateur Economists

Amateur Economists, a new online economics magazine for non-economists, published its first issue today on its website at, according to editor and publisher, Anthony Luafalealo. The magazine's focus is on areas that economics has branched out to, including healthcare, law, politics, literature and art and science and technology.

The issue published today is the launching point for several blogs that will allow readers to interact with experts in the magazine's focus areas. In "The Dismal Side of Healthcare," a physician and nurse discuss the latest issues affecting healthcare economics; in "Fictionomics," an English professor explores the subject of economics in fiction and in "Economically Correct," a lawyer and law student look at the economics of laws.

The issue also explores the main reason U.S. economic indicators are no longer accurate, an overlooked consequence of the increasing cost of air travel and how the latest advances in prosthetics can be made widely available to those who need them.

"Economics is the study of choices," says Luafalealo. "The goal of Amateur Economists is to examine our world today through choices. How do current events affect the choices people make? How do those choices affect individuals and societies?"

One of the ways the magazine accomplishes that goal is through its writers' backgrounds, which are alluded to in its title. They include professors, businessmen, a physician, attorney, a few published authors and a financial analyst. While most are amateurs in economics, they are all experts in their fields.

The magazine is free to all readers and will publish new articles, blogs and book reviews on its site daily.


Sunday, June 29, 2008

Michele Vance Named Editor of RTO Magazine

RTO Online, Inc., the leading provider of rental-purchase trade news, editorial, and other content, has appointed Michele Vance as the company's new Editor for RTO Magazine, its bi-monthly trade publication and RTO Online (, the leading web portal for the rent-to-own industry.

Ms. Vance brings an extensive rental and communications background to the position at RTO Online, including seven years as Vice President of Marketing for RentWay, Inc. and five years as a public relations and communications consultant to Aaron's Sales & Lease Ownership.

Ms. Vance will continue to office out of Kansas City, where she has lived since 2001 with her husband Bill Vance, a former Rent-A-Center and RentWay executive, and their three children.

Online Women’s Travel Magazine Set to Launch

With thousands of visitors in the weeks leading up to its official launch on July 15th, Galavanting, the new online women's travel magazine, expects a large readership to enjoy its first monthly issue.

Editors-in-chief Kim Mance and Katy Quissell have recruited contributors who range from professional travel writers to professional women from all over the globe telling their stories and giving travel tips. But Quissell, 28, describes Galavanting as more than just a magazine. "We've worked hard to facilitate a bustling community and a unique space for women to come and connect with not only useful travel information, but with other women as well. The response so far has been overwhelming and women are really excited about it."

Mance, 29, says, "Women love to get advice from a trusted circle of girlfriends, so we've brought together women from all over the world to dish out the best they've got in that department. When it comes to travel, we found that most publications out there dumb things down, or seem to think women are only in search of glamorous day spas or the world's perfect facial. But we know there's a lot more to women than just stereotypes, and our articles and online video guides give a sense of the adventure and discovery women can experience during their travels."

Galavanting specializes in providing candid advice and engaging women's stories of discovery, self-discovery, and insider tips, as well as practical advice to keep travelers safe and culturally connected.

From visiting communities as a volunteer, to taking tours operated by non-profits benefiting local groups, the magazine strives to truly connect women to the communities they visit. Galavanting even goes so far as to put an emphasis on supporting women-owned businesses and highlighting the status of women and gender parity in destination governments.

Fun and adventurous travel destination videos hosted by Mance and Quissell will air online each month. Shooting for a first episode will start in Costa Rica this August.


Sunday, June 22, 2008

Laurie Hays Joins Bloomberg as Executive Editor

Laurie Hays, a veteran news executive who helped manage award-winning reporting teams at the Wall Street Journal during the past decade, joins Bloomberg News as Executive Editor for Company News starting August 4.

The appointment of Hays, who during a 23-year career at the newspaper was a Moscow-based correspondent, bureau chief in Atlanta and New York, National News Editor and, most recently, Deputy Managing Editor for Investigative Reporting, "brings exceptional experience in managing beat reporting to our 2,300 journalists in 65 countries," said Matthew Winkler, Editor-in-Chief of Bloomberg News.

epreneur Magazine Appoints New Executive Editor

Entrepreneur magazine has promoted Charlotte Jensen to executive editor of the magazine. Jensen will work in concert with new Vice President and Editor in Chief Amy C. Cosper to oversee content development and direction for Entrepreneur.

Jensen has steadily risen in rank at the magazine and become a resident expert in the challenges and solutions for business owners, particularly in the areas of marketing and technology. Prior to this appointment, Jensen was senior articles editor and led the creative direction for the majority of feature and cover stories, including the magazine's much-anticipated annual Young Millionaires feature.

Jensen's role as executive editor at Entrepreneur begins on July 1, 2008.

Sunday, June 15, 2008

Nancy Johnson Promoted to Cadalyst Editor-in-Chief

Questex Media has appointed Nancy Spurling Johnson as editor-in-chief and Kenneth Wong as executive editor of Cadalyst, the leading publication in the field of computer-aided design (CAD) and related technologies. Cadalyst magazine and publish technology news, hardware and software reviews, tutorials and programming tips for professionals in the architecture/engineering/construction (AEC), manufacturing and GIS markets.


Denver Group to Publish New Regional Information Technology Magazine

A local group of technology professionals will launch a new magazine and Web site focusing on the information technology industry in Colorado. The publication, called Rocky Mountain TechLine, will debut in August and will be published monthly with a subscriber base of over 10,000 people.

The publication is headed by Eric Wolferman, a former Vice President of Information Technology for the Denver Newspaper Agency and a long-time journalist. Wolferman is Editor and Publisher of the new magazine.

According to Wolferman, Rocky Mountain TechLine will focus strictly on the people and activities of the Colorado IT community. Content will include news of IT-related businesses, profiles of prominent technology professionals, regular columns written by area experts on computer security and the local IT job market, and a complete calendar of events of interest to area technology workers.

"Rocky Mountain TechLine will also provide a much-needed advertising platform for providers of IT products and services," Wolferman said. "Currently, there are very few ways for these providers to get their offerings in front of the IT professionals who buy their products and services, and very few ways for technology executives to learn about the solutions that are available to them. Our magazine and Web site will provide the perfect marketplace for these buyers and sellers."


Modern Luxury Media Launches Manhattan Magazine

Modern Luxury Media announced the September 2008 launch of Manhattan, a luxury lifestyle publication catering to the most affluent and influential residents of New York City and surrounding areas of wealth in the Tri-State region. The company also announced that Richard Martin will serve as editor-in-chief. The first issue of Manhattan will be marked with an exclusive, private launch in the Hamptons during Labor Day weekend and arrives in New York on September 5th. Focusing on luxury living for the wealthiest Manhattanites, Manhattan will contain such departments as fall fashion, jewelry and watch, home design and fine dining.

Joining Martin on Manhattan is Spencer Beck, Modern Luxury editorial director, and Modern Luxury President Creative and Fashion Director Ann Song. Beck will direct editorial content for the new magazine, ensuring it holds to the same quality standards of the other titles in the Modern Luxury stable of luxury media brands.

Reflecting the lifestyle of New York's working affluent, each issue of Manhattan will showcase the best that luxury brands have to offer, a celebrity feature, fashion stories and a service-oriented feature specific to New York.

Sunday, June 8, 2008

Yale Environment 360 magazine launches online

Yale Environment 360, a new online magazine dedicated to covering the global environment, is launching today at Edited by Roger Cohn, the former editor of Mother Jones and Audubon magazines, Yale Environment 360 aims to become one of the leading Web sites for commentary and reporting on the crucial environmental issues of the day.

Cohn said that Yale Environment 360 will feature authoritative opinion, analysis and in-depth reporting and will post original articles by leading journalists, scientists, environmentalists, green entrepreneurs and policy makers from around the world. The site will also provide a forum for discussing global environmental issues, as well as varied multimedia.

Yale Environment 360 is a publication of the Yale School of Forestry & Environmental Studies and Yale University and is supported by grants from the William and Flora Hewlett Foundation and the John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation.

Sunday, June 1, 2008

Weiss & Hughes Publishing Inc. Adds TriadLiving Magazine

The publishers of Wake Living, Luxury Homes of the Triangle and Fifteen501 magazines have added the Triad's top lifestyle publication to its family of magazines. The company has acquired TriadLiving magazine, the Triad's premier lifestyle publication, expanding its reach from just west of Interstate 95 in Wake County to west of Winston-Salem along Interstate 40 in Forsyth County.

With the acquisition, total combined circulation for the family of magazines will be 135,000 copies per issue, with a total of more than 375,000 readers per issue throughout Alamance, Chatham, Durham, Forsyth, Guilford, Orange and Wake counties.

TriadLiving, which debuted in 2004, publishes quarterly. With a quarterly circulation of 35,000, the magazine has the highest distribution of any Triad publication, delivering to homes, grocery stores, chambers of commerce and businesses throughout Greensboro, High Point, Winston-Salem, and Burlington.

Sunday, May 25, 2008

Jon Barrett Named Editor in Chief of The Advocate

here! Networks has named Jon Barrett as Editor in Chief of The Advocate and, the world's leading news and entertainment destinations for the LGBT community.

Barrett replaces Anne Stockwell who has resigned to pursue new opportunities after 15 years of strong leadership at the magazine, most recently overseeing its major redesign and 40th Anniversary Issue. Stockwell will continue writing for The Advocate as Editor at Large, in addition to story assignments for sister publications Out and Out Traveler.

With over 15 years experience as a journalist and in publishing, Barrett most recently served as the Features Director for O at Home, an Oprah Magazine published by Hearst.

Barrett will report directly to Aaron Hicklin, Editorial Director of Out and The Advocate.


Metro Hires new Editor-in-Chief

Metro has appointed Dianne Rinehart to the position of Editor-in-Chief; Metro English Canada. In this role, Dianne will lead the editorial department, effectively coordinating the interests of the reader and the objectives of the Metro brand. She will provide leadership in the development of an editorial vision and a strategic plan, which she will execute across Metro English Canada editions. Working collaboratively with all Publishers and Managing Editors across the country, Dianne will move the organization to higher levels of success.

Dianne comes to Metro after a long and successful career in journalism. She has worked in senior roles in the magazine industry including: Managing Editor at Ski Canada; Associate Editor at Flare; and most recently, Editor-in-Chief at Homemakers. Dianne has extensive experience in the newspaper industry as well, including three years as a senior reporter for the Vancouver Sun and five years as a parliamentary correspondent in Ottawa for The Canadian Press. She has also worked as a freelance columnist, writer and editor for both newspapers and magazines and has a strong interest in the academic world: she taught magazine feature writing at Ryerson University's School of Journalism and is currently an MA Journalism candidate at Carleton University. She earned a Bachelor of Arts after studying journalism from the University of Western Ontario.

Metro is Canada's No. 1 free national daily newspaper publishing coast to coast in Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Toronto, Ottawa, Montreal and Halifax.

Saturday, May 24, 2008

New Magazine to Focus on Casino Surveillance and Security

Global Gaming Business magazine and World Game Protection, Inc., announced that they will joint venture in a new publication, Global Game Protection. The magazine will cover security and surveillance in the casino and resort industries. It will be published on an annual basis and timed to appear just prior to the World Game Protection Conference, scheduled for March 1-3, 2009 at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas.

Professionals in the security and surveillance field are highly trained and passionate about their jobs. Global Game Protection will keep these executives informed about the state-of-the-art technology, the latest news and the critical thinking that makes security and surveillance one of the most fluid areas of the facility. At the same time, Global Game Protection will foster the sense of community and purpose that permeates this profession.

Readers of Global Game Protection will be executives in the security and surveillance field, CEOs, hotel and casino managers, table game and slot executives, regulators, law enforcement officials and anyone involved in or impacted by these vital departments.

Thomson Named Editor-in-Chief of Dow Jones and Managing Editor of The Wall Street Journal

Robert Thomson has been appointed Editor-in-Chief of Dow Jones and managing editor of the Wall Street Journal, effective immediately.

The Dow Jones Special Committee today unanimously endorsed Mr. Thomson's appointment following his nomination by the Company last week.

Mr. Thomson will oversee the news section of the Wall Street Journal and the editorial operations of Dow Jones News Wires. Neal Lipschutz, News Wires managing editor, will report to Mr. Thomson. Paul Gigot, Editorial Page Editor of the Journal, will report to Mr. Hinton, who will assume Mr. Thomson's role as Publisher of the Wall Street Journal in addition to his existing duties.

Sunday, May 18, 2008

The Forward Appoints Jane Eisner as New Editor-In-Chief

The Forward, America's most influential Jewish newsweekly, has nominated Jane Eisner as its new editor-in-chief.

Eisner, former editorial page editor and syndicated columnist at the Philadelphia Inquirer, held numerous executive editorial and news positions at the paper from 1980-2005. She is currently vice president for National Programs and Initiatives at the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia.

The Forward's previous Editor-In-Chief, J.J. Goldberg, stepped down to write a book, but continues to serve as editorial director. Eisner's nomination as editor-in-chief is expected to be approved in a Forward Association meeting on Sunday, May 18.


Beth Bronder to Become Publisher of GOVERNING

Beth Bronder will become publisher of GOVERNING, a magazine for leaders of state and local governments, upon the retirement of Peter A. Harkness this summer. In addition, Mark Stencel, currently GOVERNING'S deputy publisher for business development, will assume the new post of editor and deputy publisher. The two appointments were announced by Robert W. Merry, CQ's president and editor-in-chief, who will assume responsibility for GOVERNING this summer.

Stencel, who has held key roles at GOVERNING and CQ since 2005, will oversee the creation of GOVERNING content across all platforms (the magazine, Web site and events). He also will play a major leadership role in establishing the company's strategic direction and representing GOVERNING within the governmental community.

This summer, Peter Harkness will retire from the magazine he founded in


Saturday, May 17, 2008

Sandow Media Names Richard Bradley Editor-in-Chief at Worth Magazine

Sandow Media has appointed Richard Bradley to the position of editor-in-chief of Worth magazine, the high-end financial/lifestyle magazine recently acquired by Sandow.

Since joining 02138 in June 2007, Bradley was responsible for overseeing editorial content, including the "Harvard 100," the magazine's list of Harvard's most influential alumni in politics, finance and other professions, and the publication's groundbreaking investigation of the legal dispute over the origins of Facebook. Prior to 02138, Bradley served as executive editor for Regardie's, a Washington business monthly, and George, the political magazine founded by John F. Kennedy, Jr. In 2001, Bradley edited a special issue of Worth focusing on wealth and the Internet.


Design Book Magazine Launches its Premiere Issue

Design Book Magazine launched its premiere issue this month. The publication delivers engaging coverage of contemporary architecture, interiors, products, and fashion to professionals and design enthusiasts worldwide. The magazine's unique format adapts the look and feel of a traditional paper magazine by placing it on the web for quick and easy access.

The premiere issue entitled Grand Tour features an array of design articles including: FXFOWLE International's Dubai proposal for the largest and tallest spanning bridge in the world, an interview with Tim Andreas the interior designer of trend-setting environments at the Delano, Shore Club, and Mondrian resorts, and a look at the architectural evolution of Miami's cultural institutions with Cesar Pelli's design for the Arsht Center, the MAM by Herzog and de Meuron, and Frank Gehry's proposal for the New World Symphony on Miami Beach.

Other articles feature green products such as the Lightning GT, an environmentally friendly British sports car accompanied by glossy fashion editorials from Paris, Sydney, Bali, Miami and Palm Springs. The more competitive readers can take part in architectural, photographic, and other design competitions. There is even a designer travel section that, in this issue, reviews luxury resorts including the TwinPalms, The Evason Six Senses Resort and Spa, and Amanpuri by Aman Resorts in Phuket, Thailand.

Design Book Magazine is available free at

Sunday, May 11, 2008

New Magazine: Enterprise Management Quarterly

Enterprise Management Quarterly (EMQ) is written exclusively for Executive Management and provides solutions for intricate IT issues. The niche of the site and print magazine is that it is written mostly by IT Executives and opens a forum of communication between executives, IT professionals and business solution planners on a functional rather than on a purely theoretical level. Distribution includes 42,000 business and technology decision-makers in mid to large organizations, throughout all major industries.

Vaughn E. Nelson, Vice President of Boston Hannah, describes the magazine as being "one of the only in its field to provide information straight from the people who make the important decisions in Information Technology for their companies on a daily basis."

The site launched at the end of April, with the print magazine launching in July. The online version will compliment the print magazine by covering both breaking news and current events through a regularly updated website, featuring in-depth editorial on the latest in IT news and trends. Furthermore, the website will feature interactive podcasts of interviews with CIOs and other distinguished executives. Information Technology Executives and companies are urged to contact EMQ with new product information and reviews to feature their product and experiences in the magazine.


Saturday, May 3, 2008

New Mexico Business Magazine to Debut in May

Vertical Ascent, LLC is launching a new statewide business magazine called New Mexico Business Magazine. The new magazine is aimed at CEOs, high level business executives, managers, owners of small businesses and others in the business community. The magazine will focus on issues important to New Mexico's growing business community.

New Mexico Business Magazine replaces the New Mexico Business Journal which ceased operations earlier this year. While not related to the New Mexico Business Journal, the magazine is published by Doug Stine who was editor-in-chief for the Business Journal. Mr. Stine has also taken over the subscriber list of the Business Journal.

The magazine has wide community support, including financial backing and an editorial board that includes community leaders such as Gary Tonjes, President of Albuquerque Economic Development (AED), Alex Romero, president of the Hispano Chamber of Commerce, Wayne Unze, Sr. Vice President of NAI The Vaughan Company and Phil Messuri of the Financial Network and president of the Financial Planning Association. It also has support from the Greater Albuquerque Chamber of Commerce and the Albuquerque Hispano Chamber of Commerce.

The initial print run will be 12,000 copies, nearly twice that of the New Mexico Business Weekly. While more than half of the circulation will be in the greater Albuquerque area, the magazine will be mailed to subscribers state-wide as well as distributed to chambers of commerce, professional associations and networking events. It will also be available in major bookstores and newsstands.

SKY & TELESCOPE Appoints Robert P. Naeye Editor-in-Chief

SKY & TELESCOPE magazine, the iconic publisher of astronomy periodicals and books, announced today that it has appointed Robert P. Naeye to the position of Editor-in-Chief, succeeding Richard Tresch Fienberg, PhD, who will retire from the magazine this summer.

Mr. Naeye joins Sky & Telescope from NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center, where he has been serving as Senior Science Writer in the Astrophysics Science Division since February 2007. In accepting the position, Mr. Naeye becomes only the fifth Editor-in-Chief of the magazine in nearly 70 years. Dr. Fienberg has spent nearly 22 years with SKY & TELESCOPE, serving in various positions, including 8 years as Editor-in-Chief.

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ForbesLife MountainTime Magazine to Launch July 4

Forbes will launch of ForbesLife MountainTime, a new lifestyle publication targeted at the nation's top tier of consumers in the Rocky Mountain region. The publication will be distributed regionally through local newspapers in the U.S.' most affluent ski areas. Its Publisher is Don Welsh, a 30-year veteran of magazine publishing, and its Editor is Philip Armour. ForbesLife MountainTime is scheduled to launch July 4, 2008.

Editorial content of ForbesLife MountainTime will focus on each area's local personalities, home design, the latest sporting equipment and upcoming events in the region. Every issue will include at least two pages of editorial and two pages of advertising specific to that market.


Sunday, April 20, 2008

Stephen Colagiuri Named New Editor-In-Chief

Stephen Colagiuri has been named the new Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, effective April 1, 2008. Professor Colagiuri takes over from Professor Nigishi Hotta who has been acting as Editor-in-Chief since 2004 and now becomes an Honorary Editor-in-Chief of Diabetes Research and Clinical Practice, the official journal of the International Diabetes Federation/Western Pacific Region.

Nebgames Magazine Presents a Blueprint for Success

Nebgames Magazine is about a dream for the future of business in America and throughout the world. The magazine is dedicated to the idea if somebody can come up with a great idea they ought to be able to put that idea on the market and profit from it without undue red tape and expenses. The first issue goes through ideas for games, products, and software systems in a descriptional format. It then ends with a story and an article that attempt to make a case.

The case is that there should be a reporting database where any entrepreneur or other consumer of services can put his thoughts down about any business, law firm, organization, or anything else. Where possible, the database should also include an objective numerical review of these services and the option to report anonymously. That would help to create a more efficient market for services and force professionals to respond to the needs of their clients. An anonymous report would carry less weight than a report with a name behind it, but would protect the reporting party and encourage the free flow of information. At the end of the day everyone would be better off since service professionals ultimately depend on a productive economy to support their business models.

The end of this magazine contains an inspirational article about coastal businesses. It goes to show the bright future we could achieve if society responded to the concerns of the individual. There is a great power in individual creativity and individuals who stand up in defense of what they believe. That is the future that Nebgames Magazine endorses. The mission of Nebgames is to inspire readers to greater creativity and success.

Nebgames Magazine is dedicated to the creation of new games, products, and software systems as well as advocacy for entrepreneurs. To learn more go to

Thursday, April 17, 2008

Steve DeLuca Named Publisher of Details

Steve DeLuca has been named Vice President & Publisher of Details. The appointment is effective immediately.

Mr. DeLuca has worked in senior roles at a number of Condé Nast publications, most recently serving as Associate Publisher of Condé Nast Traveler. Previously, he was Associate Publisher of Maxim, Publisher of Rolling Stone, and Associate Publisher of Vanity Fair and InStyle. Earlier in his career at Condé Nast he was in sales management at Gourmet and Details, and was as an advertising salesperson at Brides. Steve began his career in publishing as a sales representative at the Staten Island Advance.

Thursday, April 10, 2008

Spry Names Lisa Delaney Editor in Chief

Lisa Delaney has been named editor in chief of Spry, the largest health magazine launch in history scheduled for September with 9 million circulation. Former executive editor of Health and senior editor of Cooking Light and Prevention, she brings more than 15 years of health expertise to the magazine. She is author of the book, Secrets of a Former Fat Girl: How to Lose Two, Four (or More!) Dress Sizes -- and Find Yourself Along the Way.

Spry is the latest record-setting magazine launch for Publishing Group of America, which was purchased in December by Bain Capital Partners and Shamrock Partners. With a theme of balance -- "Celebrating the vitality in all of us" - - Spry will speak to boomers living active lives while often balancing the health needs of both their parents and their kids. Delaney will oversee all brand platforms, including online, clubs, e-newsletters, books, events and other extensions.

Michelle Preli Named Editor in Chief,

Michelle Preli has been named Editor in Chief of Her appointment is effective immediately.

Before joining Conde Nast, Ms. Preli had been the Vice President of Editorial Programming at NBC's Prior to that, she was General Manager of Newsweek's

Before that, Ms. Preli spent 10 years at, where she was part of the team that launched the news site. There, she became Executive Producer of TV News Co-productions, overseeing the Web sites for the Today show, Nightly News with Brian Williams, Dateline NBC, and Meet the Press.

Ms. Preli holds four Clarion Awards in online journalism from The Association for Women in Communications.


Sunday, April 6, 2008

WHERE San Francisco Names Alison Short Group Publisher

Morris Visitor Publications has announced Alison Short as the new Group Publisher for WHERE Magazine, WHERE GuestBook and the WHERE Visitor Annual Map. Short will report directly to Courtney Fuhrmann, Regional Vice President.

Prior to joining WHERE, Short had a career filled with experience in management, communication and publishing, and was affiliated with Magazine Publishers of America, Architectural Digest and Elle Décor.

Short succeeds Jerry Ferguson who has accepted a position at MNI, a division of Time Inc.


New Magazine: Good Life Living Green Magazine

GOOD LIFE LIVING GREEN magazine is a Canadian National "consumer lifestyle and business magazine," that will appeal to anyone who is interested in taking a mainstream approach to green and environmental issues. Catering to the top 20% of the market, these individuals are the leaders in all areas of our economy and are at the forefront of recognizing the need for global changes for sustainability. This group is the single most powerful group that history has ever seen, having over 80% of the wealth and decision making ability.

GOOD LIFE LIVING GREEN features outstanding editorial from some of the top journalists in the country, highlighting everything from Green Consumer Goods to Ecotourism to Building Greener Communities. It also includes a special interest section REPORT ON GREEN ENERGY. This is a unique opportunity offering investors background information on Alternative Power and Green Companies.

David Chalk serves as Editor In Chief.

GOOD LIFE LIVING GREEN Magazine will be produced twice year, in year one, and quarterly thereafter.


Friday, April 4, 2008

Business Leader Media Acquires South Florida CEO Magazine

Business Leader Media has acquired South Florida CEO magazine, the leading business-to-business magazine in the Miami-Dade, Broward, and Fort Lauderdale metropolitan markets. In conjunction with the acquisition, South Florida CEO magazine will change its name to South Florida Business Leader.

Founded in 1998, South Florida CEO has a circulation of over 35,000 readers, with strong corporate pass-along distribution. Business Leader Media publishes monthly business magazines in major North Carolina business hubs, as well as a number of regional quarterly and annual business publications. The company also publishes several national newsstand magazines that reach small-business owners and business professionals.

Mark Mellman, a Miami native and current executive with Business Leader Media, will become Publisher of South Florida Business Leader and Vivian Fried, who has been with South Florida CEO for six years, will assume the role of Associate Publisher.

WWE to Launch Cutting Edge "WWE Kids" Magazine

World Wrestling Entertainment is debuting "WWE Kids," an exciting new consumer magazine targeting 6-14 year olds. The bi-monthly title launches April 15, beginning with the much anticipated May/June issue. The launch will be supported with a comprehensive cross-platform blitz, including a 100,000-unit pallet promotion in Wal-Mart stores.

"With content ranging from fitness and nutrition to geography to esteem building, 'WWE Kids' will appeal to children, their parents, and their teachers. Young fans will get to know their favorite Superstars through activity-based art projects, fun games, interviews and trivia", said Tony Romando Vice President, Editorial Director.

The WWE youth initiative, which includes the new 'WWE Kids' magazine and the WWE website for kids. are all part of WWE's recommitment to provide its young audience with new, fun, age-appropriate content," said Shane McMahon, Executive Vice President, Global Media.