Canadian Magazine Industry News
17 May 2013,     TORONTO
Briefs & Bookmarks: Chatelaine, Hello!, Flare
Chatelaine released four flip covers, eight covers in total, for its 85th anniversary June double-issue. The anniversary was also marked by a Chatelaine Edition of Cityline.

Hello! Canada
placed Avril Lavigne at the top of its 2013 list of the country's most beautiful people. Dissenters took to their keyboards, but even editor-in-chief Alison Eastwood admitted to the Toronto Star that the judging process is "not entirely scientific."

Canadian Musician magazine launched a weekly internet radio show hosted by editor Andrew King and assistant editor Mike Raine. The half-hour program features interviews with musicians, songwriters, producers and other industry professionals. It airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. EST at

Back on the topic of beautiful people, Flare magazine released a one-off SIP called Icons, honouring its 50 most stylish Canadians of all time. Edited by Miranda Purves, it's 108 pages with a cover price of $6.95.

In the U.S., Hearst Corporation announced the release of Elle Glassware at the 2013 Google I/O event, making Elle the first magazine with a Google Glass app. It features curated Elle content including the ElleDispatch blog, offers bundled photos and videos, and enables users to create reading and shopping lists.
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