Magazine News

Uber Launches Quarterly Print Magazine (March 3, 2015): Uber has launched a quarterly print magazine called Momentum.

Barneys Launches The Window Magazine (February 17, 2015): Barneys has launched a print magazine called The Window.

Ballantine Communications Launches Dorado Magazine (February 10, 2015): Ballantine Communications has launched a new luxury lifestyle magazine called Dorado. It is targeted at residents in the Southwest U.S.

Meredith Buys Shape Magazine (January 28, 2015): Meredith has acquired Shape magazine from American Media. Fitness magazine will be folded into Shape.

Hearst Planning New Print Magazine Launch in 2016 (January 5, 2015): Hearst is planning to launch a new print magazine early next year according to AdAge.

Weight Watchers Relaunches Print Magazine (January 3, 2015): Weight Watchers has relaunched its print magazine with a new look starting with the January/February 2015 issue.

Time Names Ebola Fighters Person of the Year (December 10, 2014): Time has named the Ebola Fighter as the 2014 Person of the Year.

Robb Report Acquired by Rockbridge Growth Equity (December 7, 2014): Robb Report has been acquired by Detroit-based Rockbridge Growth Equity.

Cat Fancy and Dog Fancy Become Catster and Dogster (December 5, 2014): Cat Fancy and Dog Fancy are being morphed into new publications called Catster and Dogster.

Meredith Publishes Eat This, Not That Magazine (December 4, 2014): Meredith has started publishing Eat This, Not That magazine which is based on the popular book franchise.

Scary Businessweek Cover Warns Ebola is Coming (September 24, 2014): Bloomberg Businessweek has a scary cover out that warns Ebola is coming. The words on the cover are bloodstained.

Computerworld to Cease Publishing Print Edition (June 21, 2014): Computerworld plans to cease publishing its print edition. The website will continue with a redesign.

Michelle Lee Named Editor-in-Chief of Nylon (June 19, 2014): Michelle Lee has been named editor-in-chief of Nylon and Nylon Guys magazines.

Meredith Rollins Named Editor and Chief of Redbook Magazine (June 9, 2014): Meredith Rollins is now editor and chief of Redbook magazine. She was previously executive editor of the Hearst title.

Source Interlink Media Closes 12 Magazines and Changes Name (June 2, 2014): Source Interlink Media has closed 12 magazines and changed its name to TEN: The Enthusiast Network.

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