Bianca is e is a writer who has freelanced for Unbound Media, Sharp Magazine, Huffington Post, Toronto Standard, The Kit, Worn Journal and more. Bianca graduated from the University of Guelph's Journalism program with an Honour's Bachelor Degree.
Best of Bo this week includes articles about Time Inc, successful gun publications and the unexpected fallout from the Rolling Stone cover controversy.
This week's LinkedIn Roundup features discussions about timely blog posts, status updates and niche magazines.
Double cover issues are the same magazine with multiple covers on newsstands that force unsuspecting fans to buy more than one copy.
Magazines Canadia has released a video toting the success of Canada's magazine industry.
Best of Bo this week covers the controversial Rolling Stone 'Bomber' cover, comic books embracing tablets and Flipboard releasing a new web version.
This week's Insider Interview is the fourth panelist attending our Get Digital event, Casie Stewart, a lifestyle blogger.
We feel like sometimes it's all women-centric magazines all the time around here so we put together a list of the best sports magazines out there.
Best of Bo this week covers articles about the best selling September in recent history, Royal Baby media madness and trends that are already shaping 2013.
To celebrate one of my favourite actresses getting the most infamous cover in the magazine world, I've put together a list of the best September issues from American Vogue.
Best of Bo this week includes articles about the future of magazines, 5 brands that have mastered publishing content and the question that asks what IS a magazine.
This week's LinkedIn Roundup covers finding content for a new magazine, publishing magazines to iPads and the decade's most irritating words and phrases.
For our fourth Get Digital, the topic is Creating Great Content and we've found a pretty rad panel of speakers to answer questions and chat with the audience.
Best of Bo this week discusses serious journalism in women's magazines, the shift to tablets and people who don't read books.
In researching the most successful magazines and their circulation numbers, I have to admit I was surprised by the titles I was seeing. Here they are in order of best to worst sellers.
Best of Bo this week features articles about unpaid interns suing their employers, sustaining freelance journalists and white guys in publishing.
This week's list is about the best 'exclusives' that have been granted to magazines.
This post is just a rant on the fact that the useful share buttons are still being ignored by some media outlets.
Today's Insider Interview is with Bob Sacks aka BoSacks, publisher of "Heard on the Web: Media Intelligence", the longest running e-newsletter in the world.
Best of Bo this week discusses innovative magazine apps, newspaper ink quickly drying up and magazines miraculously retaining popularity.
Unbound is unveiling a new video series called Ask Akshay.
We decided to come up with a list of the most interesting collaborations between magazines and...well people who are well known but not really for any kind of editorial talent.
Best of Bo this week discusses boring banner ads, reading on screen and digital meaning.
This week LinkedIn is abuzz with Google's love affair with content marketing, digital magazines and the technology available for digital magazines on a tablet.
This past week, Unbound attended Magazine Day, a celebration of the Canadian publishing industry.
Best of Bo this week discusses profit models and the company that is breaking the mold, Hearst’s digital strategy and Lucky Magazine's print evolution.
We attended mesh13, a two-day event that explores web evolution, new and emerging trends, what's on deck for digital and how to benefit your brand by using the Web.
We've rounded up some of our favourite magazine editorials (and one actual advertisement snuck in).
Today's Insider Interview is with Nicole Wilson, Dainty Girl blogger, StyleList contributor and member of FASHION Magazine's Style panel.
Best of Bo this week discusses brand nostalgia, LinkedIn's new magazine-style channel, and the most powerful woman at Condé Nast.
Today's Insider Interview is with Jonathan Litwack, the director of digital strategy at Environics Communications.
We want to give away an Apple iPad Mini to one lucky recipient of our subscriber contest. All you have to do is subscribe to our monthly newsletter and you’re automatically entered to win.
Best of Bo this week discusses the winners from American Society of Magazine Editors' cover contest, newspapers that lie about their circulation numbers, and Time Inc shrinking.
After our last Pinterest post, readers let us know which magazines we missed. Hopefully, this updated one will put us back in their good graces.
Best of Bo this week discusses the slow revolution of digital, the advertising hustle of sponsored posts and Ad Age's manhunt for each news outlet responsible in fraudulent reporting during the Boston bombings.
This week LinkedIn is talking about metaphors for editors, undetected spelling errors and flipboard magazines.
Last Thursday, Agility hosted its third Get Digital event at The Spoke Club on King Street West. With the theme of Build You Audience in mind, we rounded up a panel of experts for a discussion that consisted of the topics 'building your brand' and 'maintaining your audience'.
Best of Bo this week discusses 16-year-old mogul Tavi Gevinson, a comeback for magazines thanks to the web and trying to turn Ebooks into print books.
Today's Insider Interview is with Anthony Valela, Agility's own project manager.
Glow Magazine is using our magazine suite and we've listed our favourite features from the website.
Best of Bo this week discusses how mobile will drive numbers up, how tablets can affect the children who love them dearly and the slow death of the American author.
This week LinkedIn is talking about publishing on a tablet, finding a content marketer and creating digital magazines and e-books.
Today's Insider Interview is with Lance Chung, online editor and social media marketer for Sharp Magazine.
Best of Bo this week discusses paywall reflections in the NYT, content soon telling YOU what to read and Forbes is killing it in native advertising.
A controversial cover is an old concept. With articles decrying the age of 'mobile blinders' and people too busy to take notice of what's on the newsstands, magazines have had to up their game.
Best of Bo this week discusses GQ's personalized app, becoming your own magazine editor and changes Hearst is making to fight mobile blinders.
This week LinkedIn is talking about royalty-free images, magazines going e-commerce and native apps versus web apps.
We caught up with The Kit's editor-in-chief Christine Loureiro to ask a few questions about the magazine's presence at Toronto Fashion Week.
Best of Bo this week discusses new circulation requirements, ideas to keep Time Inc afloat and editors are getting pushing into apps.
There are so many pratfalls that magazine websites can fall victim to. Knowing how to make the user experience the best it can be is a true gift, and one these magazine seem to be in possession of.
Our third Get Digital event is quickly coming up. If you were at the last one, you'll remember a great night of learning and socializing with like-minded publishing and digital professionals. We hope to see you again!
This week LinkedIn is talking about evergreen content, identifying which advertisers are best for your magazine and how much blogging is too much.
Best of Bo this week discusses the magazines getting 'nichier', women's magazines joining the 21st century and more articles about Time Inc.
Best of Bo discusses the best topics from a week's worth of BoSacks newsletters. This week we cover obnoxious advertisements, the future of advertising and freelance journalism.
Pinterest is quickly becoming THE place to go for any kind of online shopping. Thanks to the millions of unique visitors Pinterest has been consistently logging, the site drives more traffic to company websites and blogs then LinkedIn, YouTube and Google+ combined.
Best of Bo this week discusses the price of magazines, iconic business models and the changing symbols of publishing.
This week LinkedIn is abuzz with original articles outlining the important of content marketing, great employees and the unfortunate lack of effort from Time Inc.
Unbound Media attends the Canadian Cover Awards celebrating the best covers and circulation in print magazines.
Best of Bo discusses the best topics from a week's worth of BoSacks newsletters. This week we cover used business models, printing companies and online magazines.
Putting your brand into the hands of someone else is a necessary evil, especially when you see how successful they can make it. These ten twitter accounts are (so far) doing everything right.
This week's LinkedIn group roundup see discussions taking place that surrounds both the intricacies of social media and the continued fight between magazine mediums.
Best of Bo discusses the best topics from a week's worth of BoSacks newsletters. This week we cover used E-Books, 'mobile blinders' and digital natives who hate print.
Our first Insider Interview with the new format is with fashion illustrator and designer Jocelyn Teng, a contributor to Elle Canada and independent artist.
Advertising campaigns have come a long way from the booze-induced ideas of a Mad Men office. Today, in order to create something that will have a lasting effect on the public, you need an idea that will go viral.
BoSacks publishes a daily e-newsletter that delivers timely industry news to over 11,000 subscribers and has the honour of being the longest running e-newsletter in the world. Every week, we’ll post the three best newsletters of the week.
In this week's installment of Internship Diaries, Olivia Forrester-O'Neill chats about her time as an intern with Shape Middle East magazine.
Regardless of their differences, blogs and online websites share some of the same questions. Should you start one? How do you increase traffic? What's the best platform? Luckily, this week on LinkedIn, a few groups were discussing those very things.
Welcome to the first installment in what we hope is a long series. We're asking YOU to submit essays about your experiences working as an intern at either a magazine or an online outlet. This week, John J. Hanlon let's us know what it was like to intern at Forbes Magazine.
Increasingly, clothing stores are starting to cut out the middle man and offer their own publications to customers featuring their own editorials, inspirations and collections.
Conversations on LinkedIn that surround magazines can always be depended on to bring up the debate between digital and print. Looking at it from every aspect and point of view takes up a lot of space and draws a lot of comments.
Interning is a huge part of the media industry. Unpaid, under-utilized and just plain…
Last week, we chose to skip doing a LinkedIn roundup because it seemed like there were exactly zero discussions happening anywhere on the social media site. This week however, discussions around the site were pretty lively.
Instagram has become a remarkable way for magazines to reach their audience like never before as it delivers as-its-happening pictures to readers at breakneck speed.
From asking questions about enhancing your own social startup to bringing a debate from a blog post to the death of magazine apps, there was no shortage of conversations being had on LinkedIn.
Deciding to create a website or blog is the easy part. Knowing which of the two you need is where it gets tricky. And is there ever a situation that has you needing both?
This week's LinkedIn roundup seems to have a popular topic: digital versus print. The never-ending debate about the longevity of print in comparison to the cost-efficient/convenient nature of digital magazines came up a lot while digging through group discussions.
Every week, we’ll scour through LinkedIn forums, group discussions and original content articles to…