Canadian Magazine Industry News
19 June 2009,    
Best of mag news around the Web, June 15-19
Every day, Masthead scours the Web for the best, most relevent publishing-related stories and posts links to these pieces in the Mag News Around the Web section. Every Friday, we round-up these stories in our main news section. Feel free to post links to things you have found interesting or useful in the comments section.

This week, we bring you links to analysis of why The Economist is thriving in a suffering category, an interview with the publisher of Mother Jones, and another controversy involving Maclean's.
  1. Why The Economist is thriving while Time and Newsweek fade [The Atlantic]
  2. Mother Jones publisher: "The current advertising driven business model is not dead yet" [Mr. Magazine]
  3. Cirque du Soleil lawyers demand apology and retraction from Maclean's [Canadian Magazines]
  4. Hello! Canada reaches the one million reader mark [Marketing]
  5. MRI launches first ratings system for magazine print ads [Folio:]
  6. Globe and Mail staff to hold strike vote Saturday [Reuters]
  7. Monetizing digital editions: Can auto-served ads works? [Folio:]
  8. TV the best medium for delivering ads, according to Television Bureau study [Media in Canada]
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