Canadian Magazine Industry News
10 July 2009,    
Best of Mag News Around the Web, July 6-10
Every day, Masthead scours the Web for the best, most relevant publishing-related stories and posts links to these pieces in the Mag News Around the Web section. On Fridays, 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 the sad news that Toronto's Pages Books and Magazines is closing, a plea to question all magazine numbers, and a piece on New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg's plan to save the media industry in his city.
  1. Toronto's Pages Books and Magazines shutting its doors for good in August [Torontoist]
  2. Everyone else reads its [Seth's Blog]
  3. Ryerson Review of Journalism wins six AEJMC awards [Canadian Magazines]
  4. Mayor Michael Bloomberg wants to save New York's media industry [Advertising Age]
  5. A plea to question all magazine numbers [Mr. Magazine]
  6. Journalists are the ones who need to figure out how to make themselves needed [BuzzMachine]
  7. Time Inc.'s Maghound neglible as a source of sales in first year [Mediaweek]
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Jaded says:
Wow, Torstar really seems to be on a mission to bankrupt one magazine after another....
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