All magazines once ran on cookie cutter business plans. Now most publishers create a media model as different as fingerprints.
Last week I went to a NAPCO conference in New York City called DigiPub. Its advertised mission…
Print will survive because it does things that a Web based product can't do. With a printed magazine you enter the single minded world of non-distraction as the editor intended you to. (Digital editions have a different agenda). It is a relatively inexpensive product and on most occasions contains excellence in editorial quality and beautiful reproduction of art and photos.