Subscribe to Publishers Weekly with a Special Student Discount!

Publishers Weekly is offering Pace University M.S. in Publishing students a special discounted rate to subscribe to their magazine. A year-long online subscription is only $19.95, or if you prefer, the print version is available for $99.95.

Publishers Weekly describes itself as the “book industry’s leading news magazine, covering every aspect of creating, producing, marketing and selling the written word in book, audio, video and electronic formats. We keep professionals and aspiring professionals informed on the important happenings in our industry through in-depth interviews with top authors and publishers, detailed reports on industry issues and trends, and over 7,000 book and media reviews each year.” It is an essential resource for book publishing professionals.

Interested students should subscribe using the link below to take advantage of this special offer!

Subscribe to Publishers Weekly today!

Subscribe to Publishers Weekly with a Special Student Discount!

Publishers Weekly is offering Pace University MS in Publishing students a special discounted rate to subscribe to their magazine. A year-long online subscription is only $19.95, or if you prefer, the print version is available for $99.95.

Publishers Weekly describes itself as the “book industry’s leading news magazine, covering every aspect of creating, producing, marketing and selling the written word in book, audio, video and electronic formats. We keep professionals and aspiring professionals on the important happenings in our industry through in-depth interviews with top authors and publishers, detailed reports on industry issues and trends, and over 7,000 book and media reviews each year.” It is an essential resource for book publishing professionals.

Interested students should subscribe using the link below to take advantage of this special offer!

Subscribe to Publishers Weekly today!

Hearst Magazines Seeks a Quality Assurance Associate

The production department at Heart Magazines is looking for someone with 5+ years of pre-press experience and post-print production including strong knowledge of web offset and rotogravure printing processes and virtual proofing.  Must work well with others in a collaborative effort to ensure that Hearst quality standards are understood by all.

If the experience sounds intimidating–don’t worry! They are flexible and willing to train a junior candidate.

For more information and to apply, please visit their careers website.

Magazine Intern Positions Open in Upstate NY

Luminary Publishing is a dynamic, 15-year-old regional publishing company based in Kingston, NY with employees who are passionate about the magazines they produce. Their organization’s culture is “hip, hard-working, and continuously-learning;” and their publications are “smart, progressive, and sophisticated.”

Luminary Publishing is constantly exploring new opportunities, and seeking new talent to pursue them. Even if there isn’t a specific job posting that addresses your skill set, please send a note and resume to jobs@chronogram.com if you think you might be interested in joining their organization—particularly if you have experience in periodicals and/or web publishing.

Web Production/Editorial Intern

  • Chronogram offers opportunities for its interns to assist in the creation, formatting, and development of rich media (interactive audio and video) and written content for our website, www.chronogram.com. We are looking for self-motivated people with strong audio and video editing, research, fact-checking, and writing skills; prior journalistic experience is helpful but not required. Familiarity with web design, layout, and the Hudson Valley area are also helpful but not required. For our spring and fall semester internships, we require at least 20 hours a week. All internships are voluntary and unsalaried. College credit available.
  • Email your cover letter and resume to Brian Mahoney, Editorial Director, at bmahoney@chronogram.com to be considered for this internship.

Production Design Intern

  • Chronogram’s design interns assist in the creation, formatting, design, and layout of the advertising content of our magazines, as well as company promotional pieces and web-based banner ads. We are looking for creative, self-motivated people with strong design skills. Familiarity with the Adobe Creative Suite (primarily InDesign and Photoshop) is required. Familiarity with Chronogram and the Hudson Valley area are helpful but not required. For our spring and fall semester internships, we require at least 10 hours a week. All internships are voluntary and unsalaried. College credit available.
  • Email your cover letter and resume to Kristen Miller, Production Director, at kmiller@chronogram.com to be considered for this internship.

Link of the Week: MPA

LotWMPA – The Association of Magazine Media is the industry association for multi-platform magazine companies.  Established in 1919, MPA represents approximately 225 domestic magazine media companies with more than 1,000 titles, nearly 50 international companies and more than 100 associate members. Staffed by magazine industry specialists, MPA is headquartered in New York City, with a government affairs office in Washington, DC.

Their website acts as a one-stop-shop for all news affecting the magazine industry, and is a great way to stay abreast of all developments in the field.

http://www.magazine.org/