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The Colin McEnroe Show
Wed March 27, 2013
'The Art Of Making Magazines' In The Digital Age
Here are some of the magazine's I've written for: Mirabella, Men’s Health, Mademoiselle, Best Life, Verge ...
At all of the above I was a contributing editor. And Verge was a long-gone Times-Mirror imprint, not to be confused with the hip new The Verge. I also wrote for Cosmo (don’t ask), Metropolitan Home, New Woman, Forbes FYI, Bicycling (where I may even now be a contributing editor), Backpacking, TWA Ambassador (I think that’s what it was called), Commonweal. In all of these cases, I was essentially writing for the print product, the thing that arrives in the mail or on the newsstand. But when I think about how I read magazines these days, it's a very different story. And that's what our show is about today. You can join the conversation. E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or Tweet us @wnprcolin.