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Magazines Effect On Society
Transcript of Magazines Effect On Society
Images from Shutterstock.com Here and Now... In the past decade, the magazine business saw a decline in circulation mainly due to the internet and other forms of technology that they compete with. To infinity and beyond... Work Cited Magazines and Society Where it all Started... Brittnee Onstad, Julie Welgoss, and Kelsey Domm Magazines rely on people to buy the publication either through subscription or a purchase of a single copy. When the internet can provide the same information for free, therefore they are quickly becoming irrelevant . To battle this decline, the magazines are taking in more and more advertisements. To compete with the technological savvy audience, magazines are making online and tablet subscriptions. For the first time in four years, there has been some gain in subscriptions numbers. -First English magazine was called "Review"
-1741 - Idea of magazines came to America.
-The Scots Magazine which is still around today.
-Edward Cave created the term "Magazine" from the Arabic word "Makhazin" meaning Store houses. From Print to Digital
-Download Magazines onto Tablets Pros
-Allows you to build a personal "book shelf"
- Hard to read
- Memory Hogging -The first successful magazine in the US was the Saturday Evening Post published in 1821.
-Lasted as a weekly publication until 1969 then it later appeared sporadically. -Magazines in 1920's sold for about 5-15 cents depending.
-Themes in the 20's included mostly Jazz Journalism. Press was preoccupied with entertainment rather than concentrating on news events.
-Most glorified celebrities. Vogue :
-Been a publication for over one hundred years.
-Magazine was at first created as a weekly one by Arthur Baldwin but after his death was taken over by Conde Nast . Good Housekeeping:
-Woman's magazine owned by the Hearst Corporation.
-Depicted the typical woman- hair done nicely, cleaning, and cooking. Life:
-A humor and general interest magazine published from 1883-1936.
-The motto for Life Magazine was "While there's life, there's hope" 1960 1915 2013 False Reality and Gender Identities Greg. (n.d.). 5 Keys to the Future of Magazines | Digital Tonto. Digital Tonto. Retrieved April 14, 2013, from http://www.digitaltonto.com/2012/5-keys-to-the-future-of-magazines/
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