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Design Love Co is a lifestyle brand designing products for the modern and sophisticated woman. These planners are a hit and
CJR's chief talks about its digital shift and new membership model.
A handful of memorable articles are also up for top prizes. Monica Lewinsky's "Shame and Survival," for Vanity Fair, and
But while 2014 boasted a gain of 91 publications overall, and start-ups increased by 5 from 2013, the study still found some
"Consistent with its historical focus on text-based journalism, the Board will continue to place emphasis on the enduring
The front of its final printed magazine is an assortment of the most iconic covers of JET's 63 year run, and the issue will
The announcement of the shift comes on the heels of another big change at the company. JET's former editor-in-chief Mitzi
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Brainless print publications that were only in business to chase advertising dollars might be dying a long-overdue death, but if I have anything to say about it, print itself lives.
How are the literary journals faring amidst the rise of the Internet? Can this venerable American literary institution survive--or even thrive--despite new technologies?