Magazines Fight To Keep Themselves Alive

Magazines Fight To Keep Themselves Alive
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Earlier this year we looked at how small culture-based magazines like Theme seemed to be thriving while established magazines and newspapers were struggling to maintain readership levels. ...From Journal (a soft spoken chance find picked up at a bodega in the East Village) to Good (a sharp, fast-rising noble effort by a trust fund kid), to Color (doing for Skate culture what Wax Poetics does for music), to Metropolis (big, bold, beautiful manmade objects), and numerous others titles I devour, I’ve been inspired on each recent trip to the newsstand and mailbox.

Piers Fawkes, PSFK
  • 19 november 2007

Earlier this year we looked at how small culture-based magazines like Theme seemed to be thriving while established magazines and newspapers were struggling to maintain readership levels. A recent article in Urb Magazine by Raymond Roker picks up on this theme and wonders why everyone says that print is dead.

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