Canadian Magazine Industry News
12 June 2009,    
Best of mag news around the Web
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. From now on, we'll be rounding-up these stories in our main news section on a weekly basis. Feel free to post links to things you have found interesting or useful in the comments section.

This week, we bring you links to an item on the future of the newsstand, a story about how the proposed Canada Periodical Fund "circ-basement" will affect an award-winning magazine, a piece on the ethics of not paying bloggers, and much more.
  1. Periodical Fund circ floor will cost NMA-winning Malahat Review $20,000 [The StarPhoenix]
  2. John Harrington on the future of (American) single copy sales [Mr. Magazine]
  3. Why Arianna Huffington doesn't pay her bloggers [Folio:]
  4. Decency is the new ad [BuzzMachine]
  5. Time is ticking away for solution to small literary and cultural mag funding [Canadian Magazines]
  6. What ESPN the Magazine is doing right with its online pay wall [Advertising Age]
  7. Best Health double-flap cover makes more room for Lipton ad [Marketing]
  8. Maisonneuve redesigns, changes tagline [J-Source]
  9. Why news organizations should link to tie the Web together [Publishing 2.0]
  10. Can independent church magazines survive in the 21st century? [Ryerson Review of Journalism]
  11. So many blogs, so little cash [Globe and Mail]
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