Mass vs. Class Magazine Trend

Mass vs. Class Magazine Trend
Innovation

The two types of magazines American publishers seem to be most excited about at the moment have about as much in common as the red states and the blue ones....

Guy Brighton
  • 8 march 2005

The two types of magazines American publishers seem to be most excited about at the moment have about as much in common as the red states and the blue ones. On the one hand they’re hot for controlled-circulation luxury mags targeted at only the very richest (if you’re not making a half mil a year you probably can’t even buy one), as reported in this Monday NYT article.

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