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Monthly first Australian magazine to confirm plans to launch iPad edition. Should we be...

The media release was destined to arrive sooner or later. Who would be the first Australian print magazine to announce definitive plans to launch an iPad edition? The answer came today. Current affairs title The Monthly made the slightly self-conscious announcement that it "is believed to be the first Australian magazine to confirm an iPad edition ready for the tablet’s 28 May Australian launch, or soon after."

Amazing mag cover innovation for the iPad

Los Angeles based photographer Alexx Henry provides a 'behind the scenes' look into how he, and co-directors Cory Strassburger and Ming Hsiung, produced a motion cover for digital VIV magazine.

Our debut on Tim Burrowes' Mumbo Report

I had the pleasure of participating in Burrowes' latest product extension, the Mumbo Report, when in Sydney last Friday. It was in many ways flattering to be interviewed from the same seat recently occupied by media doyen Harold Mitchell and SMH editor Peter Fray. However, I'm still undecided about whether I should have had that third espresso before stepping before the camera. (I'll let you be the judge.)

Our debut on Tim Burrowes’ Mumbo Report

I had the pleasure of participating in Burrowes' latest product extension, the Mumbo Report, when in Sydney last Friday. It was in many ways flattering to be interviewed from the same seat recently occupied by media doyen Harold Mitchell and SMH editor Peter Fray. However, I'm still undecided about whether I should have had that third espresso before stepping before the camera. (I'll let you be the judge.)

The art of magazine cover design

There's no denying the decline of print media and the move to digital publishing.

Is Google making us stoopid?

To celebrate the Atlantic's current issue with the thought provoking cover story, "Is Google Making Us Stoopid?", the publishers of Australian current affairs periodical The Monthly are sending their friends from across the pond an online gift subscription. This 'gift' includes access to the Monthly archive and Gideon Haigh's award-winning essay published in February 2006, "How Google is Making Us Stupid." Yes, it’s another fracas between magazine publishers.

The Bulletin get bought

The inevitable has occurred. Some smart publisher has bought The Bulletin. Sadly, it wasn't me. Sydney Funds Manager Peter Hall is the new owner. He also...

How Anthill revived The Bulletin (kinda)

If you haven’t guessed already, we love to write about cheeky and provocative companies. But we rarely get the opportunity to talk about our...

Anthill's unscientific guide to magazine advertising

We like to think that we know a thing or two about business magazines. (We read a lot!) I recently entered a heated debate...

Anthill’s unscientific guide to magazine advertising

We like to think that we know a thing or two about business magazines. (We read a lot!) I recently entered a heated debate...

Who wants to help me buy 'The Bulletin'?

Last week, ACP Magazines made an announcement that, to my mind, simply didn’t make sense. The Bulletin, Australia’s oldest continuing weekly magazine, would be closing...

Who wants to help me buy ‘The Bulletin’?

Last week, ACP Magazines made an announcement that, to my mind, simply didn’t make sense. The Bulletin, Australia’s oldest continuing weekly magazine, would be closing...
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