Magazine Editing: In Print and Online Paperback – 31 Oct 2011
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'It is, and was in its earlier incarnations, a valuable and thorough guide to all the aspects of publishing editors and their staff should know about [...] For students this book offers a readable introduction to the industry so it should definitely be stocked by every library where magazine journalism and publishing is taught.' - Journal of the Association for Journalism Education, Issue 2-1, May 2013
Praise for the second edition:
'Editing has always been a dark art, part both sides of the brain and part gut - and this excellent and thorough book lets light into every conceivable corner including some pretty murky ones. Above all it carries a torch for the blindingly obvious but oft forgotten truth - cherish and serve your readers and won't go far wrong.' Nicholas Brett, Deputy Managing Director, BBC Magazines, and former editor of Radio Times
About the Author
John Morrish is a freelance writer and editor. He is a former editor of Time Out, commissioning editor on the Telegraph Magazine and sub-editor on Private Eye.
Paul Bradshaw is Course Leader of the MA in Online Journalism at Birmingham City University and Visiting Professor in Online Journalism at City University London. In 2010 he was shortlisted for Multimedia Publisher of the Year, was listed on journalism.co.uk’s list of leading innovators in media, and on the US Poynter Institute’s list of the 35 most influential people in social media. In 2011he was ranked the UK’s 7th most influential UK journalist on Twitter by PeerIndex.
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I purchased this book when my cousin and I launched our web magazine. Two days after I got it, I ordered a copy for her, too. We keep it on the table at all our meetings. Mine is filled with folded page corners and highlighted passages. In a volume that is small enough to carry in a purse, Morrish and Bradshaw break down the parts of a magazine from cover to classifieds, for print and online publication. They explain laws, copyright, production, staffing and accounting. The book is written in a conversational style and it's filled with small case studies. Many of the examples and case studies are about publications in the UK, so keep in mind that the US may have some differences in law and readership statistics.
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The information contained in this book will help anyone learn about both print and online magazines. As many magazines move towards the digital world. This book helps the reader understand the functions of the magazine in both print and online.