Magazines Canada is pleased to offer AudioMag, a podcast that brings new views, opinion and timely information straight to you, from the industry's best and brightest.
Episode 106: Jim Gimian, publisher of Mindful Magazine, discusses finding the right editorial balance while being in the forefront of a cultural phenomenon. Listen to discover how to serve the longtime reader and appeal to newcomers.
Release date: June 16, 2016
Episode 105: Erik Diehn, the vice-president of business development at Midroll Media, discusses new developments that made it easier for listeners to find and play podcasts. Listen now to discover how this medium can help you reach your audience.
Release date: June 2, 2016
Episode 104: Andrew Wallace, Delivery Manager at Nascent, discusses the importance of analytics as a tool to help publishers sort through their data and gain valuable metrics. Listen now to discover how analytics can help your business.
Release date: May 19, 2016
Episode 103: Joshua Gary, senior vice president of MagNet, discusses newsstand data and what it can reveal about consumer reactions to your magazine’s pricing, sales schedule and covers. Listen now to discover if your publication needs to reconsider its circulation strategy to ensure newsstand sales.
Release date: May 5, 2016
Episode 102: Jennifer Goldberg, co-founder of tavanberg.ca, discusses newletters as tried and true workhorses for publishers. Their staying power is a testament to the successes that they can deliver when done well. Listen now to find out if you are doing all you can on the newsletter front to engage readers with your content and deliver value to advertisers.
Release date: April 21, 2016
Episode 101: Vera Asanin, President of Your Workplace, discusses how to create a work environment where employees will thrive. Listen now for the four key realities that can impact an organization's success, and help—or hinder—the creation of a positive work environment.
Release date: April 7, 2016
Episode 100: Ryan Dohrn, CEO of Brain Swell Media, discusses selling backwards and his approach that is upending the way some publishers are doing business with advertisers. Listen now to learn how to create marketing opportunities with this new approach.
Release date: March 24, 2016
Episode 99: Garth Atkinson, President of Publication Partners Ltd., gives insights into the often overlooked role of circulation and how it affects content creation. Listen now to learn the importance of understanding your audience when creating strategies for subscription renewals and reaching new readers.
Release date: March 10, 2016
Episode 98: Steve Maich, SVP of Publishing at Rogers, discusses the revamp and launch of digital magazine platform Texture from Next Issue Canada. Listen now for insights into Canadian readers' habits, needs and responses in the digital space.
Release date: February 25, 2016
Episode 97: Linda Mali, editor of South African entertainment and lifestyle magazine BONA, discusses the challenges and benefits of producing four editions in four languages for each issue. This FIPP World Congress panellist talks about serving a diverse audience in their own language and how it affects the stories they do.
Release date: September 21, 2015
Episode 96: Leading researcher and consultant Stephanie Evergreen, founder of Evergreen Data, dispenses her expert advice on communicating data effectively. This MagNet 2014 speaker discusses the common challenges of presenting research and the importance of good design.
Release date: September 7, 2015
Episode 95: Unruly’s Senior Vice President of Global Business Development, Kenneth Suh, discusses how his company provides digital platforms for publishers to create a native advertising experience for their audience in a brand-safe environment. Listen now for a preview of his FIPP session and to learn more about how Unruly provides revenue to publishers through compelling content while massively increasing ad views.
Release date: August 24, 2015
Episode 94: Ellen Snijder, co-founder of Fashionchick, talks e-commerce and publishing, and how they go hand in hand as consumers turn to their favourite media brands to curate product choices. Listen now to learn more about Ellen’s content-first strategy and for a preview of her fireside chat at the upcoming FIPP World Congress.
Release date: August 10, 2015
Episode 93: Kim Pittaway, writer, editor and magazine consultant, divulges her treasure trove of tips for writers on telling better stories. Listen now for key points from her sold out MagNet 2014 session and more than 30 years of experience in the business.
Release date: July 27, 2015
Episode 92: Chris Llewellyn, President and CEO of FIPP, gives us a glimpse of who we can expect to hear from and what themes will be covered at the FIPP World Congress this October in Toronto. Listen now to learn more about what’s in store for this year’s iconic industry event where industry leaders will come together.
Release date: July 13, 2015
Episode 91: Revisit a conversation on all things apps with Larry Wyatt, Consumer Marketing Manager, Digital, at St Joseph Media. The former MagNet speaker gives insights on how and when to connect with readers through the many digital platforms available today.
Release date: June 29, 2015
Episode 90: Peter Kreisky, a speaker at this year’s FIPP World Congress, gives highlights from his keynote address on the transformation of traditional media organizations in the digital age. Listen now for a sneak preview of his talk, and insights on creating strategy at the intersection of media and technology to compete effectively in a digital-first world.
Release date: June 15, 2015
Episode 89: With more than 30 years of marketing experience, Marisa Latini, VP of Marketing at Zoomer Media, gives best practices and tips for publishers of all sizes. Learn about the major changes in the way brands connect with their audiences.
Release date: June 1, 2015
Episode 88: John Wilpers, Senior Director at Innovation International Media Consulting, gives advice for publishers on new trends in magazine media, and discusses how company and executive culture affects innovation. Listen now for insights from the FIPP Innovation in Magazine Media 2015-2016 World Report, and for a sneak preview of one of the keynote speakers at the FIPP World Congress this October in Toronto.
Release date: May 18, 2015
Episode 87: In this encore episode, Dominique Ritter, Managing Editor of Reader’s Digest, discusses the success of long-form journalism on their website, and the recent redesign of the iconic RD brand. Learn how the Canadian publishing powerhouse retained a consistent voice and look while getting a fresh, new appearance on all platforms.
Release date: May 4, 2015
Episode 86: We revisit a conversation with MagNet 2014 speaker, Bob Hambly, Creative Director of Hambly and Wooley. The artist and illustrator gives tips and fixes for revitalizing the design process and sparking innovation.
Release date: April 20, 2015
Episode 85: MagNet 2014 speaker Ilana Weitzman, Editor in Chief of EnRoute, discusses the planning behind the magazine’s annual dining guide. Learn how to create stellar editorial packages that generate buzz for your magazine and keep your readers coming back for more.
Release date: April 6, 2015
Episode 84: Revisit a conversation with Shannon Emmerson, Founder and Director of Forge & Spark Media, for a straightforward introduction to content marketing. Learn how publishers can take advantage of the huge growth in and demand for creative storytelling.
Release date: March 23, 2015
Episode 83: Revisit a conversation with Tom Gierasimczuk,General Manager of the Western Media Group at TC Media, and Publisher of Vancouver Magazine and Western Living. Learn why surveying your readership is essential to determining where publications should concentrate their efforts in social media.
Release date: March 9, 2015
Episode 82: Graham Scott, Managing Editor of Canadian Business, talks web analytics: what to track, how to understand the numbers, and what the data can reveal about your digital offerings. Listen now.
Release date: February 23, 2015
Episode 81: Revisit highlights from Bryan Segal’s MagNet session on Canadians’ online consumption habits. Listen now to learn how the Vice President of ComScore keeps his finger on the pulse and his thoughts on data intelligence.
Release date: February 9, 2015
Episode 80: Journalist Craig Silverman talks accuracy in the digital age, and what editors and writers need to do to avoid mistakes. Listen now for tips on new tools and best practices that can help verify facts and protect credibility.
Release date: January 26, 2015
Episode 79: In this encore episode, Laura Kloepfer, formerly of WORN Fashion Journal, talks about the redesign of the volunteer-run publication. Listen now to learn more about what made WORN stand out from other fashion magazines, and who they reached through their pages.
Release date: January 12, 2015
Episode 78: The digital landscape offers countless opportunities to connect with readers, and apps are key to that connection for many publishers. Larry Wyatt, Consumer Marketing Manager of Digital at St. Joseph Media, offers app advice: how to reach readers and roll out your apps the right way.
Release date: December 15, 2014
Episode 77: Revisit a conversation with Donna Braggins, Associate Dean of Design, Illustration and Photography at Sheridan College, on using data to tell compelling stories. Listen now to learn more about the challenges editors and designers face when packaging data for readers.
Release date: December 1, 2014
Episode 76: Learn Twitter best practices for magazine publishers from Steve Ladurantaye, manager of news and political partnerships at Twitter Canada. Twitter plays a major role in many readers’ daily online experience; listen now for tips on how to make the most of this social media super-platform.
Release date: November 17, 2014
Episode 75: Revisit a conversation with Jim Sutherland, former Editorial Director of Vancouver and Western Living, on the art and science of cover lines. Listen now to find out why—and how!—display copy should reflect the tone and voice of your magazine.
Release date: November 3, 2014
Episode 74: Tricia Benn, Chief Marketing & Strategy Officer at Northstar, shares insights from her MagNet 2014 session, "Better Data, Better Decisions." Listen now to learn how a solid strategy and data tracking can help you better conduct market research and understand your audience.
Release date: October 20, 2014
Episode 73: We revisit a conversation with Mary Schendlinger of Geist magazine on increasing circulation and raising brand awareness. Listen now for tips on successful partnerships and sponsorships, and how best to manage them.
Release date: October 6, 2014
Episode 72: Marisa Latini, Vice President of Marketing at Zoomer Media, discusses baby boomers and connecting with this influential demographic. Listen now to learn best practices and tips for marketing to the "Zoomer" generation!
Release date: September 22, 2014
Episode 71: We revisit a conversation with Tracy Miller, National Sales Manager at Spafax, on the massive shift to digital and its impact on ad sales. Listen now to learn more about overcoming obstacles to get the sales job done.
Release date: September 8, 2014
Episode 70: E-newsletters are a bounty of information and a direct line to your audience. Daniela Girgenti, Communications Manager for The Standards Group, discusses what strategies and surveys she used to tackle low open rates. Listen now for tips on rebuilding your subscriber list and revamping your e-newsletter.
Release date: August 25, 2014
Episode 69: We revisit an episode with James Meigs, Editor in Chief of Popular Mechanics. Listen now to learn how the magazine created a successful tablet edition by understanding the natural depths and lengths for stories.
Release date: August 10, 2014
Episode 68: Shannon Emmerson, Founder and Director of Forge & Spark Media, talks Content Marketing 101. Listen now to learn more about how publishers can capitalize on the huge growth and demand, and why magazines have the tools and skill set to work with brands and tell stories.
Release date: July 28, 2014
Episode 67: We revisit a conversation with Pam Falkner, Vice President of Business Development at the Lowe-Martin Group, who shares her thoughts on the importance of finding a printer who knows the ins and outs of the magazine business. Listen now to learn how publishers and printers can work together to maximize timelines and profits.
Release date: July 14, 2014
Episode 66: Dominique Ritter, Executive Editor at Reader's Digest Canada, discusses the recent redesign of all RD's platforms and the success of longform journalism. Listen now to learn more about the challenges the powerhouse brand faced while refreshing their defining elements and staying consistent in voice and look.
Release date: June 30, 2014
Episode 65: Revisit a conversation with Amanda Beattie, Assistant Circulation Manager at Cottage Life Media, to learn her thoughts on the unique challenges of small circulation magazines. Listen now for tips and advice on circulation for independent publishers.
Release date: June 17, 2014
Episode 64: Donna Braggins, award-winning art director and Associate Dean of Design at Sheridan College, explains how to use data to tell a great story. Listen now to learn how to wrangle and structure information to tell compelling stories.
Release date: May 19, 2014
Episode 63: In anticipation of MagNet 2014, we speak with Bob Hambly, who will be presenting at this year's conference. The Hambly & Woolley Creative Director gives tips for bending budget limitations to your publication’s benefit and using challenges to spark innovation. Listen now for fixes on revitalizing your design process.
Release date: May 5, 2014
Episode 62: Laura Kloepfer, Production Manager of WORN Fashion Journal, talks about what the publication is doing that's different on the fashion beat, who they're hoping to reach through their pages and why they decided to go smaller. Listen now to learn more about this all-volunteer-run publication with a vintage look.
Release date: April 21, 2014
Episode 61: Revisit a conversation with Nick Blunden from 2012’s MagNet Conference on creating stronger habits in the digital world. Listen now to hear how The Economist group has created a broader base of engaged consumers in a shifting landscape of media consumption and platforms.
Release date: April 7, 2014
Episode 60: It is essential for publishers and editors to have a social media component for broadcasting material. Tom Gierasimczuk, Editor-in-Chief of BCBusiness and Vice President of Editorial at Canada Wide Media, talks resource strategies, and advises where publishers should be concentrating their efforts in social media.
Release date: March 24, 2014
Episode 59: Revisit a conversation with Linda Gourlay, Co-Publisher of Saltscapes, a lifestyle magazine that celebrates all things East Coast. Listen now to learn more about Saltscapes' many successes and editorial excellence awards over the last decade.
Release date: March 10, 2014
Episode 58: Kat Fox, Assistant Editor of Garden Making, shares her magazine’s approach to blogging and how best to maintain ties with your readers via your website and e-newsletters. Listen now to find out how blogging allows Garden Making to express an individual personality within their’s magazine community.
Release date: February 24, 2014
Episode 57: We revisit a conversation with Ian Bedwell, Founder and Director of boutique media consultancy Mediastraat B.V., who shares his thoughts on monetizing innovations, tapping social media and partnerships and global new media strategies. Listen now to learn more about the challenges that B2B publishers face when it comes to internationalizing themselves across different countries and different platforms.
Release date: February 10, 2014
Episode 56: Award-winning creative director and design instructor Caren Watkins gives her thoughts on niche and bespoke magazines, and how magazines are reacting to the web. Listen now for insights on what’s driving the biggest changes and trends in magazine design today.
Release date: January 27, 2014
Episode 55: Revisit a conversation with Ian Adelman, Director of Digital Design at The New York Times. Ian speaks on creating a website that reflects your magazine’s brand and brings value to readers and advertisers. Listen now to hear what he looks for in a new hire, and how to manage an editorial/advertising balance in this ever-evolving industry.
Release date: January 13, 2014
Episode 54: We revisit a conversation with Blair Harley on video production for publishers. As publishing expands beyond ink and paper, publishers are investing in video to reach a broader audience. Harley has more than 20 years of experience as a producer and director, working with magazines like Canadian Living and Canadian House & Home. Listen now to learn how video brought these brands to a wider television and online audience.
Release date: December 9, 2013
Episode 53: Aidan Foster, President of Foster Interactive, tells us his approach and best practices for responsive website design. Readers are demanding content that will fit every screen they use be it on the web, desktop, smartphone or tablet. Listen now to learn how publishers can save time, money and frustration by designing a single website that works effectively on any browser or device.
Release date: October 14, 2013
Episode 52: Greg Sullivan of Swivel Base gives tips for small publishers on mobile content and what they can do to target the mobile web market. Listen now to this MagNet 2013 speaker to learn why it is important for content to be shareable and why publishers need to keep mobile publishing in mind.
Release date: August 12, 2013
Episode 51: Amanda Beattie, Assistant Circulation Manager at Cottage Life Media, discusses her strategies for creatively (and smartly!) managing marketing goals and expanding workloads with limited resources. Listen now for a preview of this upcoming MagNet 2013 conference speaker.
Release date: June 3, 2013
Episode 50: Tracy Miller, National Ad Sales Manager of Life and Style at The Globe and Mail, discusses kick-starting ad revenues and overcoming obstacles to get the business. Listen now for a preview of this upcoming MagNet 2013 conference speaker.
Release date: May 13, 2013
Episode 49: Revisit a conversation with Meg Pickard, one of Britain's longest-standing bloggers and former Head of Digital Engagement with Guardian News and Media. Listen to this 2011 MagNet conference speaker to learn about user engagement, and how publishers can use blogs to build relationships and business.
Release date: March 11, 2013
Episode 48: Michael Fox, expert on all things Canada Post, gives a sneak peek into Magazines Canada's upcoming Travelling Circulation School workshop, happening February 26 and 27 in Toronto. Listen now to hear the techniques, tools and the realities that are necessary to create a successful circulation strategy.
Release date: February 18, 2013
Episode 47: Revisit a conversation with publishing dynamo Ruth Kelly, President and Publisher of Venture Publishing Inc. Her company’s magazine, Alberta Oil, was the Kenneth R. Wilson award winner for best magazine in 2010. Listen now to hear Ruth’s thoughts on attracting the international market and the business-to-business sector.
Release date: January 14, 2013
Episode 46: Ian Portsmouth, Editor and Publisher of Profit magazine, relays his strategies for serving a demanding audience. Listen now to find out how he ensures Profit stays relevant in a media landscape that has a lot of competitors chasing his niche.
Release date: December 10, 2012
Episode 45: Revisit a conversation with an editor of one of the most influential and enduring magazines in history, as David Granger tells us how he has garnered 47 national magazine nominations in his 13 year career as Editor-in-Chief at Esquire. Listen now to hear why Granger is constantly seeking reinvention for his magazine.
Release date: November 19, 2012
Episode 44: Bryan Segal, Vice President of comScore, discusses the online media consumption habits of Canadians. Listen now to learn what publishers and advertisers are doing to break through the media landscape to connect with their audiences, and why Segal believes there are opportunities in mobile and video.
Release date: November 5, 2012
Episode 43: We take a look at magazines and the environment by revisiting a conversation with sustainability steward Bryan Welch, President of Ogden Publications. Listen now for his take on carbon footprints, paper and transportation issues for magazines, and how "going green" can be a fun and engaging challenge for any publisher.
Release date: August 13, 2012
Episode 42: Since joining Popular Mechanics, editor-in-chief James Meigs has positioned the title as the definitive men's how-to magazine—in print, online and on the iPad. Listen now for what he's learned about creating successful iPad and tablet editions.
Release date: July 30, 2012
Episode 41: We profile two long-time publishing dynamos by revisiting conversations with Up Here Publishing's Marion Lavigne and Geist magazine's Stephen Osborne. Listen now for tips for regional publishers from one of the industry's best, and advice for cultural magazine publishers on integrated growth strategies.
Release date: July 16, 2012
Episode 40: Nick Blunden, the Global Managing Director and Publisher for the Economist Online, shares his thoughts on engaging an influential audience in the digital media landscape. Listen now for more on how the Economist has united print, digital and social media, podcasting, conferences and data collection to engage an "ideas community" that fosters an engaged and demanding audience across all of their platforms.
Release date: July 2, 2012
Episode 39: We look at strategies for ad sales and marketing teams by revisiting conversations with Mindshare's Michele Beaulieu and Devine and Company's Patti Devine. Listen now for more on what ad sales teams can do to get noticed, and how marketers can retain customers and identify strategic partnerships to get results.
Release date: June 18, 2012
|Jim Sutherland||Giorgina Bigioni||Eithne McCredie|
Episode 38: In our third MagNet 2012 preview episode, Jim Sutherland, former editorial director of Vancouver and Western Living magazines, talks about his upcoming MagNet session on the art and science of cover lines and heds and deks. Listen now for his tips on writing display copy that will bring readers to your text.
Release date: June 4, 2012
Episode 37: In our second MagNet 2012 preview episode, Giorgina Bigioni, Publisher of The Kit, shares some of the details of her upcoming MagNet session on succesfully moving a magazine from online to print. Listen now!
Release date: May 28, 2012
Episode 36: MagNet 2012 is just around the corner, and we've dipped into the archives to bring you highlights from past MagNet speakers Anthony Licata, Editor-in-Chief of Field and Stream, and Greg Kayko, Editorial Director of Meredith Special Interest Media. Listen now for their thoughts on brand building and niche publications, plus a look at what MagNet 2012 has in store.
Release date: May 21, 2012
Episode 35: Eithne McCredie, Vice President of Abacus Circulation, is an expert at leading successful direct mail campaigns—still one of the tried and true methods of increasing circulation. Listen now for more on how to run an effective campaign, and what some of the surprises have been along the way in an altering media landscape.
Release date: April 30, 2012
Episode 34: Mary Schendlinger, Co-founder and Consulting Editor at Geist, shares her winning formulas for partnerships and sponsorships. Listen now to find out how best to manage these important collaborations to increase your circulation and raise brand awareness.
Release date: March 26, 2012
Episode 33: Pamela Falkner, Vice President of Business Development at Dollco Integrated Print Solutions, shares her tips for a smooth publishing schedule, from the publisher to the printer to the mailbox or newsstand. Listen now to find out how publishers and printers can work together to maximize timelines and profits.
Release date: March 5, 2012
Episode 32: With over 70 National Magazine Awards to her name, art director Donna Braggins is without doubt one of the best in the business. Listen now to find out how to align your design and busines strategies for a fabulous result.
Release date: January 9, 2012
|Deb Morrison||Paul McEnany||Blair Harley|
Episode 31: Deb Morrison, Publisher of Canada's History and Kayak magazines, is also the new Chair of Magazines Canada and was named the 2010 MMPA Volunteer of the Year. Listen now for her thoughts on the importance of industry associations working together, and the value that volunteers bring to the table.
Release date: November 7, 2011
Episode 30: Paul McEnany, Director of Strategy with Twist Image, talks social media strategies and tools. Listen now to find out how to best build your brand through networked audiences.
Release date: September 12, 2011
Episode 29: Blair Harley, a producer and director with more than 20 years of experience, shares his tips on video production for publishers. Blair has worked with both Canadian Living and House & Home to reach a broader audience through video—listen now as Blair talks all things video, including the basics of shooting, editing and streamlining production costs.
Release date: August 29, 2011
Episode 28: Gregory Kayko, Editorial Director of Meredith Special Interest Media, shares his tips and best practices for producing titles for readers that hit all the right marks—and increase profits. Listen now to find out Meredith's strategies for success in today's marketplace.
Release date: August 1, 2011
Episode 27: Ian Adelman, Director of Digital Design at The New York Times, talks web: putting the reader first, managing the advertising/editorial balance in an online environment, and what he looks for in a potential employee's bag of tricks. Listen now for more on creating a website that reflects your magazine's brand, and brings value to your readers and advertisers.
Release date: July 25, 2011
|Chuck Underwood||Meg Pickard||Rebecca Legge|
Episode 26: Chuck Underwood, Founder and Principal of The Generational Imperative, Inc., was the keynote speaker at the Magazines Canada Luncheon at MagNet 2011. Understanding what makes each generation tick is the basis of generational marketing. Listen now for more on the pioneering research he does into generational differences, and how it differs from traditional demographics.
Release date: June 13, 2011
Episode 25: Meg Pickard, Head of Digital Engagement, Guardian News & Media, presented two sessions on blogging at MagNet 2011. One of Britain's longest-running bloggers, she has garnered a wealth of information on what makes for a dynamic and engaging user experience. Listen now for her tips on what makes a successful blog, and how to create digital engagement online.
Release date: June 6, 2011
Episode 24: Rebecca Legge, Vice-President of Sales with Canada Wide Media, has seen an incredible amount of change in her ten years in the industry. Print-based advertising once accounted for 90% of a publisher’s revenue—today the growing list of media offerings includes social media, mobile, tablets and events. Listen now to find out what sales staff and advertisers need to stay on top of in this evolving landscape.
Release date: March 28, 2011
Episode 23: Ian Bedwell, Director, Mediastraat B.V., is renowned for his successes in international sales and branding. Listen now for his thoughts on trends and technologies emerging in business-to-business publishing—monetizing innovations, tapping social media and more.
Release date: March 14, 2011
Episode 22: Kim Latreille, Group Director of Production, St. Joseph's Media, talks process, production and profits. Listen now to hear her insights into streamlining processes that have had a direct—and positive—impact on her company's bottom line.
Release date: February 28, 2011
Episode 21: Linda Gourlay, Co-Publisher, Saltscapes, recently celebrated a milestone—Saltscapes' tenth anniversary of bringing value to East Coast readers and advertisers alike. Listen now to get Linda's thoughts on their successes in the last decade, and to find out what's on the horizon for Saltscapes.
Release date: February 14, 2011
Episode 20: Venture Publishing's Alberta Oil won the Magazine of the Year award at the 2010 Kenneth R. Wilson Awards. Ruth Kelly, President and Publisher of Venture Publishing Inc., shares her thoughts on the business-to-business sector, as well as her company's strategy in the globalized multi-platform universe. Listen now to hear about what Venture is building on for the future.
Release date: January 31, 2011
|Deepak Shaw||Michele Gerrard||Michael Fox|
Episode 19: Deepak Shah, Vice President, Circulation, The Americas, The Economist, explains how The Economist has bucked industry trends in recent years. Listen now to find out how the news weekly has seen its circulation grow steadily in a climate that has seen many of its rivals struggle to stay alive.
Release date: January 17, 2011
Episode 18: Michele Gerrard, Owner, Atlantic News, comes face to face with hundreds of readers day in and day out. Listen now to find out what exactly entices readers to buy and why she believes print is here to stay.
Release date: June 30, 2010
Episode 17: John Shelling, Managing Editor, BlackFlash, talks about the joys and stresses of running a small circulation magazine with a skeleton staff. Listen now to hear all about how he how he handled the tough task of taking over at a one-person publishing venture.
Release date: June 30, 2010
Episode 16: Michael Fox, Senior Vice President, Circulation and Development, Rogers Publishing, shares his thoughts on Canada Post and the newly launched Canada Periodical Fund. Listen now as Fox analyzes the changes and how they will affect Canadian magazines.
Release date: June 30, 2010
|Anne Marie O'Keefe||Martin White||Stephen Osborne|
Episode 15: Anne Marie O'Keefe, Associate Director, Consumer Marketing, Scientific American, shares Scientific American's experience in the mobile apps arena. Listen now to find out who's downloading and what your magazine can be doing in the app department.
Release date: June 28, 2010
Episode 14: David Granger, Editor-in-Chief, Esquire and the Marquee speaker at MagNet 2010, shares what he has learned during his 13 years at the helm of one of the most celebrated and influential magazines in print today. Listen now to find out what Granger has done to garner such attention.
Release date: May 25, 2010
Episode 13: Mary Hickey, Deputy Editor, Ladies' Home Journal, and Penny Caldwell, Editor, Cottage Life, dish up the goods on social media. Listen now to learn how to build communities online.
Release date: May 3, 2010
Episode 12: Luke Hayman, Partner, Pentagram, talks about redesign. Listen now to find out why he's excited about designing in the age of the e-reader.
Release date: April 29, 2010
Episode 11: Helen Berman, President, Berman Sales Institute, shares winning sales strategies for consumer and B2B media sales. Listen now to find out where publishers are finding new revenue streams through new applications like webinars.
Release date: April 5, 2010
Episode 10: Josh Gordon, President, Smarter Media Sales, gives tips on how to motivate sales staff and retain clients in hard times. Listen now to learn how to keep your sales people in the game.
Release date: March 22, 2010
Episode nine: Eddie Coffey of Zinio and Terry Sellwood, General Manager, Quarto Communications talk digital editions—how they differ from the print product, auditing rules, costs, advertising and more. Listen now.
Release date: March 15, 2010
Episode eight: Martin White, Principal, Online Magazine Marketing, gets down to the nitty gritty of online ad sales in the latest episode of AudioMag. Listen now as Martin helps you wade through the shifting media landscape.
Release date: March 8, 2010
Episode seven: Geist magazine's Publisher Stephen Osborne and Ad Sales Director Trevor Battye talk integrated growth strategies for cultural magazines. Listen now to hear their strategies for success.
Release date: February 8, 2010
|Bryan Welch||Marion LaVigne||Patti Devine|
Episode six: Bryan Welch, President of Ogden Publications, discusses magazines and the environment. Listen now to learn the surprising upside of importing paper from Europe. Sustainabilty and green ideas in this episode of AudioMag.
Release date: January 27, 2010
Episode five: Michele Beaulieu, Senior Vice President/Group Director of Starcom Worldwide, offers up tips on how to get the attention of media buyers. Listen now to find out exactly what media buyers want and how to get noticed!
Release date: January 14, 2010
Episode four: Marion Lavigne, Founder and Publisher of Up Here and Up Here Business, shares the ups and downs about regional publishing. Listen now to hear this veteran's tips about how to succeed outside Canada's big markets.
Release date: January 7, 2010
Episode three: Patti Devine, Managing Director of Devine & Company, talks about the best way to market your magazine in a tough economy. Listen now to hear this expert marketer's advice on strategic parterships and customer retention.
Release date: November 16, 2009
Episode two: Anthony Licata, Editor-and-Chief of Field and Stream, offers up tips on how to keep service articles fun, fresh and engaging without overwhelming the reader. Listen now to hear how this award-winning magazine keeps producing top-notch content year after year.
Release date: October 5, 2009
Episode one: Paul Rossi, North American Publisher of The Economist and the Marquee speaker at MagNet 2009, explains how he doubled his newsstand sales in just over one year. Listen now to hear how Paul managed this feat in the current economy!
Release date: September 14, 2009
|Anthony Licata||Paul Rossi|
AudioMag is produced by Tina Pittaway, an award winning independent writer and broadcaster. Tina has been a contributor to CBC Radio and Television for more than 20 years. Her radio documentaries have been honoured with a 2007 Gabriel Award, 2008 Amnesty International Media Award, 2009 Gold Medal at the New York Festivals and a Science in Society Award from the Canadian Science Writers' Association.
AudioMag was made possible by the generous support of the OMDC.
Magazines Canada acknowledges the support of the Government of Canada through the Canada Periodical Fund of the Department of Canadian Heritage, as well as the Canada Council, for this project.