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.