AARP Overtakes People As America’s Most-Read Print Magazine, Per MRI Data

At an estimated 38.3 million readers, the bimonthly edged out People, Better Homes and Gardens, and Nat Geo. The post AARP Overtakes People As America’s Most-Read Print Magazine, Per MRI Data appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

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AARP Widens Its Lead as America’s Most-Read Magazine

As it does twice each year, GfK MRI released its latest round of magazine audience estimates—the average per-issue readership among U.S. adults for about 200 of the most widely-read magazines—based on consumer research conducted over a nine-month period. The Spring 2018 figures—drawn from the... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Read Like Your Enemies Will: Lessons in Magazine Editing From AARP’s Bob Love

A transcript of the ASME-award winning editor's keynote at this week's Folio: Association Media Summit. The post Read Like Your Enemies Will: Lessons in Magazine Editing From AARP’s Bob Love appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Study: Over Two-Thirds of Americans Still Read Print Magazines

Digital magazine audiences are growing, but most U.S. adults prefer to consume across multiple platforms. The post Study: Over Two-Thirds of Americans Still Read Print Magazines appeared first on Folio:. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Hearst's David Carey on How People Are Still Reading Magazines. Really!

Despite what you have read, probably online, print isn't dead insists the magazine exec, speaking at D: Dive Into Media. Hearst's digital subscriptions are also up to 900,000. Continue reading at AllThingsD

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Longtime Glamour Editor Joins People Magazine | People on the Move

People editor-in-chief Dan Wakeford announced his first hire and several promotions since taking on his new role in March. [caption id="attachment_160467" align="alignright" width="150"] Wendy Naugle[/caption] Wendy Naugle was brought on as the new deputy editor for the magazine. She joins... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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Why Digital Natives Prefer Reading in Print. Yes, You Read That Right.

Frank Schembari loves books — printed books. He loves how they smell. He loves scribbling in the margins, underlining interesting sentences, folding a page corner to mark his place.   Schembari is not a retiree who sips tea at Politics ... Continue reading at Editor & Publisher

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Shocker: People who read ebooks read more

Are you ready for a bombshell? Turns out people who read ebooks read more books than those don't. That tidbit comes from the number crunchers at Pew. According to a new report titled "The Rise of E-Reading," the ebook readers read an average of 24 books in the past year, versus the 15 books read... Continue reading at Engadget

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‘Bookish People’ is the perfect summer read for book lovers

Susan Coll’s new novel makes clever use of her experience working in one of the country’s foremost independent bookstores. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Why are people on TikTok obsessed with Little Miss quizzes? And are they harvesting my data?

The children’s book characters had a makeover and now TikTok users really want to know which one they are. Alyx Gorman explains it to Josh TaylorSo Alyx, I’ve seen lots of Little Miss memes all over the elderly internet (Instagram and Facebook), but apparently they’ve now morphed into quizzes... Continue reading at The Guardian

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These are the books all the rich people will be reading in the metaverse this year.

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The People Who Show Up for You: A Reading List of Unconventional Families

I grew up with two sets of amicably divorced grandparents. That meant I had three grandmothers—whip-smart, accomplished, fans of flowers and capital-c Culture—and four grandfathers: a Civil War-obsessed lawyer who loved opera and plaid; an intimidating, accomplished doctor with a collection of... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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Printing fake news, this editor helped push America into World War I

Providence Journal editor John Revelstoke Rathom also had a fake biography, writes journalist Mark Arsenault. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Time’s up for Time Out as London print edition of magazine to be axed

Final copies of erstwhile listings and entertainment bible to be printed in June after 54-year run in capitalTime Out will stop publishing its London print edition after 54 years, becoming the latest in a long line of media outlets to abandon their physical presence and go online... Continue reading at The Guardian

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For mixed-descent people on America’s frontier, acceptance and suspicion

Historian Anne F. Hyde examines intermarriage among tribes, and between Indigenous people and Whites, and the challenges these families faced. Continue reading at The Washington Post

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Level Up Your Reading: Become a Literary Magazine Volunteer Reader

Literary magazines depend on volunteer readers to sort through the hundreds of submissions they get. Here's how you can become one! Continue reading at Book Riot

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‘America’s Librarian’ knows why people turn to libraries in times of need

Nancy Pearl, possibly America’s best-known librarian and recommender of books, shares her thoughts on choosing what to read, and when to stop reading. Continue reading at The Christian Science Monitor

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Watching a Magazine, Reading a Movie: On Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson’s The French Dispatch is probably what you’d call an anthology film—which is to say it’s a compendium of several mini-films, unrelated topically but all connected somehow—but it also might not even be what you’d call a film at all. I’m not sure. We’ll think on this together in a... Continue reading at Literrary Hub

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How Magazine Publishers Are Cutting Print Costs to Improve Profits

From frequency changes and staff reorgs to automation and list cleanup, publishers are getting creative when it comes to ensuring long-term viability. The post How Magazine Publishers Are Cutting Print Costs to Improve Profits appeared first on Eddie & Ozzie Awards. Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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How Magazine Publishers Are Cutting Print Costs to Improve Profits

Sponsored by Cummings Printing When it comes to improving profits at print magazines, there’s a tendency to focus on new ways of driving revenue. But while keeping a close eye on expenses can also have a significant impact on the bottom line, today’s environment often calls for a balancing... Continue reading at Folio Magazine

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