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Port Magazine Issue 10: A New Golden Age

Port editor Dan Crowe introduces the summer issue, featuring world-exclusive interviews with seven of the biggest magazine editors in America on the future of magazine publishing

'People frequently talk about the death of print media, often in print media. The Internet has changed the way people relate to magazines and it seems that, for a while, people lost faith in what a magazine was for.
Magazine sales, and confidence, collapsed during the recent global recession, but since 2012 they have been on the rise. In addition, there are more magazines launches now than ever before. This may be a surprise for some.’
[The editor in chiefs are:
Jim Nelson (GQ) 
Scott Dadich (Wired)
Graydon Carter (Vanity Fair)
Hugo Lindgren (New York Times Magazine)
Josh Tyrangiel (Bloomberg Businessweeks)
Adam Moss (New York)]

And, as Graydon Carter says: “A magazine is a great invention. You take the best things you can find from around the world, you put together great stories, great photography and you give it to the consumer for $5. They can pass it on to somebody else; they can recycle it. If they loose it they can buy another one. It’s available everywhere, and we’ll send it to their door for less. That’s a pretty good deal. Magazines are a very viable part of our lives and will be for as long as people are alive.”

Port Magazine Issue 10: A New Golden Age

Port editor Dan Crowe introduces the summer issue, featuring world-exclusive interviews with seven of the biggest magazine editors in America on the future of magazine publishing

'People frequently talk about the death of print media, often in print media. The Internet has changed the way people relate to magazines and it seems that, for a while, people lost faith in what a magazine was for.

Magazine sales, and confidence, collapsed during the recent global recession, but since 2012 they have been on the rise. In addition, there are more magazines launches now than ever before. This may be a surprise for some.’

[The editor in chiefs are:

Jim Nelson (GQ) 

Scott Dadich (Wired)

Graydon Carter (Vanity Fair)

Hugo Lindgren (New York Times Magazine)

Josh Tyrangiel (Bloomberg Businessweeks)

Adam Moss (New York)]

And, as Graydon Carter says: “A magazine is a great invention. You take the best things you can find from around the world, you put together great stories, great photography and you give it to the consumer for $5. They can pass it on to somebody else; they can recycle it. If they loose it they can buy another one. It’s available everywhere, and we’ll send it to their door for less. That’s a pretty good deal. Magazines are a very viable part of our lives and will be for as long as people are alive.”

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