Cover design is a lot like rock-n-roll. No matter how creative or innovative you think you are being with your latest cover, chances are someone's had the same idea or concept before. Sometimes it's intentional. Radar hijacked Esquire 's famous 1968 Muhammad Ali cover;conceived by renowned art director George Lois;for its September/October issue, and even talked to Lois about it.
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To protect its vast global brand, Christie Hefner employs regular task forces, in-person conferences and old fashioned communication.
Issue: "M" Frequency: Quarterly Launched: 1996 Circulation: 40,000 Creative Director/Founder: Amir H. Fallah Cover Artist: Jesse LeDoux Mission: "To bridge the gap between art and graffiti, underground and mainstream, high and low art."
McGraw-Hill, the financial services, education and business information publishing giant, today announced 500 job cuts and consolidation of its back-end operations. For its efforts, the company will take a $23.2 million pre-tax restructuring hit;the bulk of which accounts for severance deals.
Show dailies are often a great way to get your brand in front of your industry's most influential readers and media buyers. But for bone-thin staffs, producing them onsite can challenge their threshold for stress, time and creativity.
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Radar magazine, the pop-politics-gossip-glamour mash-up that had relaunched earlier this year with the $25 million backing of financiers Mort Zuckerman and Jeffrey Epstein, is set to fold. An internal announcement was made late Wednesday to staffers; it appears the current November-December issue, its third since being relaunched, will be its last.
Time Inc. announced a management restructuring, including 105 job cuts and a number of eye-opening executive-level changes, in part of an effort to sustain the kind of growth the publishing powerhouse has been accustomed to.