May 22, 2009
May 19, 2009
Organic Garden and Home “the practical guide to natural living”, is experiencing a natural death – Morton’s Media are closing the title
May 15, 2009
Euromoney reveals £41.8m loss
Euromoney Institutional Investor said trading would become worse before it gets better
May 14, 2009
Further signs of the strength of magazine publishing are shown in the list of companies who are sponsoring the PPA awards next month. Out of 22 categories the PPA has so far managed to get just six of them sponsored.
Flush with the cash I saved by not buying RBI, I might look into taking my own category, although ‘Magazine most likely to close in the next 12 months’ is likely to have such a long list of nominees that the lovely Dara O’Briain might still be reading it out at the end of July.
May 13, 2009
It will make a stylish corpse. According to the Grauniad, i-D magazine is cutting back its editions and will publish only six times a year from the summer.
The announcement was accompanied by this piece of whifflespeak from the owners: “We see this restructure as a reinforcement of position and strength towards a magazine and brand we are passionate about.”
According to the statement, the August issue will go on sale 9 July and i-D will then publish in September, October, November, February, March and April. The April issue will remain on sale for up to four months.
May 12, 2009
Future’s You Can Craft magazine – “designed especially for card makers” – has folded. This is the second craft title to close recently with Aceville’s Quick and Crafty being put back in its box two weeks ago.