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Join Young Media Critics host Juanita Richburg Seon, along with Erika Shoemaker, Young Media Critic Intern as they discuss
Magazines - Print vs Digital - Who is Winning? on new day Thursday, December 4 and new times 3 p.m. (Pacific) and 6 p.m. (Eastern)
Magazines have started to look at themselves as their own brands, each one with a clear view of who their audience are and what they want. With this information they can use their websites and other digital assets wisely, to complement their printed version.
Many sceptics have questioned the possible extinction of glossies in the digital world.
Listen in and call in to let us know what you think- Talk Line 347-633-9114
The English word magazine recalls a military storehouse of war materiel and originally was derived from the Arabic word makhazin meaning "storehouses."
The term magazine was coined for this use by Edward Cave, editor of The Gentleman's Magazine.
How are magazines distributed? What U.S. magazine has the largest circulation? Which magazine was the first really successful magazine in the United States?
Get the answers to these questions and more information about the medium: Magazines as you join on Tuesday, October 14, 2014 at 5 p.m. (EST) Young Media Critics Host, Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they share with you different forms of MEDIA on the series “I’ll Have a Medium, Please – Episode 10 – Magazines.
Every day men and women are bombarded with advice on eating healtheir, diet, nutrition, and being gluten free, or organic. What kind of advice do some of the biggest mens magazines give about diet and nutrition? Do you really need to eat this way? What do these fabrications of health mean to the modern man? How does one truly find a healthy way of eating? Tune in to find out on Musings of a Modern Man.
Are Magazines Living or Dying?
Change is often a cause of most controversy within a society and one of the hardest things to accept, but failing to do you will find you will be left behind. It was only a few decades ago, a magazine feature was almost entirely made up of words and any images appear just as an afterthought.
Is it sad that we rely on visuals, instead of words, to hold our attention?
Maybe it’s just part of The Change. Join Young Media Critics host Juanita Richburg Seon and her young associate Erika Shoemaker as they take a look back through the history of the magazine on Tuesday, October 21, 2014 at 5 p.m. EST. and talk about changes in the medium- magazine.
Join me as I talk to two amazing women, Andra Liemandt and Jenny Mason, from the all-female band The MRS. Their new single, "I'm Enough," along with their music video is leaving trails of tears and inspiration for it's powerful message for all women... You are enough as you are! You will also learn about their display, The Magic Mirror, that is currently on tour throughout America. It is the foundation for their music video that is not only about selling records, but about showing women the powerful impact they have on those around them.
in Pop Culture
In 1963, Sean O'Mahoney created Beatles Monthly, a magazine devoted solely to The Beatles, and it ran succesfully until 1969. In Liverpool, Bill Harry created a pop music journal known as MerseyBeat which is still live and vital (online) today. And these two historic publications have inspired distinguished modern journalist to follow in their footsteps.
Tonight, Jude Southerland Kessler author of The John Lennon Series http://johnlennonseries,com will interview two of the most respected modern #Beatles/#pop music journalists, Bill King, publisher of Beatlefan magazine, and Allison Boron, editor of Rebeat Magazine online. We'll hear their stories of inspiration, talk about Beatle greats that they've interviewed, and compare their formats.
Don't miss this glimpse into the world of Beatles reporting, today and yesterday!
I wanted to throw the magazine across the floor! You're kidding me!
The Knot DC, Maryland & Virginia Magazine featured "18 Weddings We Love" on their front cover. But the Pricetag of 18 "real weddings"? Horror!!
So I was glad to see that, as usual, the Knot is attempting to connect with brides by showing them a more personalized approach to wedding planning, but flip through the pages, and you'll see what I see - the industry is really pushing the average price of weddings sky high.
Coming from The Knot? Pardon the pun, but it's just "knot" realistic. The overall US budget, which would apply to a lot of weddings in MD, VA, and DC, was $28,000.
Each of these "real weddings" had a code for the budget cost of the overall reception and dress. So out of five, $$$$$, the first "real wedding" couple had two, $$. So I'm thinkin' ... well, I hope it's a $10,000-$15,000 budget, but how did they manage the massive tent rental on that budget? Those can cost $10K themselves?
Catch my episode on Monday night at 11pm, and you'll find out just what $$ means to The Knot Spring 2015 DC, MD, VA edition.
Steven Andrew Cole is the author of three novels, and has written countless magazines, newspaper articles and screenplays. Steven enjoys leading his readers down dark alleys, through crawl spaces and anywhere they dare not to venture. A descendent of Ralph Waldo Emerson, Steven is known for working in numerous genres and often writes using a poetic tone. He divides his creativity between his stories and his love of drawing. His latest novel is Spirit.
Acupuncturist and Herbologist Lucy Postolov welcomes to her podcast Hollywood's Secret Psychic, Kim Kamilla. Kim has been called one of this country's most respected Mediums and a leader in the Mystic Arts. She has been featured in magazines such as People and Woman's Own and appeared in the film 'My Date with Drew'. She is a recurring guest on Hot 92.3 radio. Visit Lucy's website for more information on her and also visit Kim Kamilla's website to learn more about Kim!
About the book:
If you’ve ever wondered what your animal was trying to tell you with a bark, meow, or tweet, this is the book for you. Animal communicator Tim Link’s approach respects the personality and feelings of animals, and his simple, accessible methods can facilitate the understanding and communication that all animal lovers crave.
About the author:
Tim Link is the host of the nationally syndicated radio show Animal Writes and a regular contributing writer for Victoria Stilwell’s Positively pet expert blog and Dogster and Catster magazines. He lives with his wife and their many pets outside Atlanta, Georgia.
in Self Help
Rev. Dr. Charley Hames, Jr. is the senior pastor of the historic Beebe Memorial Cathedral (BMC) in Oakland, CA. His first book, Pressing Reset: When Life Forces You to Start Over Again, will be released in Winter 2015 by Spirit Driven Publishing.
Dr. Hames has a tremendous passion for God’s word, coupled with a love for God’s people. He has a contagious spirit of generosity that overflows throughout every facet of his ministry. Yet even though his pastoral experiences and ability to lead have netted successful churches, changed lives and powerful testimonies, Dr. Hames has also experienced his own dark moments – moments when he felt God wasn’t there. That was until Dr. Hames pressed reset.
Bill Jenkins is a senior pastor who has served in full-time ministry for over 28 years, renowned conference speaker, life coach and an award winning author. He has been recognized by the mayor of Indianapolis as a Community Service Leader and by the Minority Business Men as a "Man Of Distinction". He has been featured in Charisma and other nationally know magazines and he has the longest running television program on the Trinity Broadcasting Network. Pastor Bill Jenkins is a true man of God with a prophetic word for our nation.