Canadian Magazine Industry News
2 October 2009,     TORONTO
Best of Mag News Around the Web, Sept. 26-Oct. 2
Welcome to our round-up of the best stories about magazines and publishing found elsewhere on the Internet. This edition brings a discussion on what those both for and against paywalls are missing, five ways to get noticed on Google, the U.S. coated paper industry filing unfair trade cases against China and Indonesia and the magazine industry creating an iTunes for print.

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Martin Moore at PBS discuses what both those for and against paywalls are missing. Profit talks “Google grabbers” — how to get yourself noticed on the site. Pulp & Paper Canada reports on coated paper companies in the U.S. that have filed antidumping and countervailing duty petitions on imports of certain coated paper from the People’s Republic of China and Indonesia. Advertising Age reports on magazine publishers looking to create an iTunes store for print in time for the launch of the Apple tablet. 

 


What both sides are missing in the pay wall debate [pbs]

Online marketing: Google grabbers [Profit]
U.S. coated paper industry files unfair trade cases against China and Indonesia [Pulp & Paper Canada]

Magazine industry looks to create iTunes for print [Advertising Age]
— V.M.
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