A classic news and culture magazine, long defunct, relaunches in a new century

COLLIER’S magazine relaunched after being out of print since 1957, taking a “55 year nap.”

Like the original publication, the new edition covers current events and literary topics.  Look for features on the arts, cinema, politics, business, health and finances, as well as other aspects of American life and culture.

The magazine is accepting submissions.  John Elduff, is the editor, and can be reached at editor@colliersmagazine.com.  For information visit http://colliersmagazine.com.

Fall will bring a new luxury mag for the uber-wealthy

DU JOUR, a luxury magazine for the “1 percent,” will launch in the fall.  Produced through a partnership between Niche Media and Gilt Groupe, the new lifestyle glossy will target wealthy readers in the top US markets.

The broad editorial content will cover fashion, travel, fine dining and cuisine, beauty, entertainment, culture, real estate, health, technology, finance, sports, philanthropy and politics.

Published quarterly, Du Jour will have a controlled circulation of 235,000, distributed to those with a minimum net worth of $5 million, and an additional 15,000 copies on newsstands.  A digital edition will be released monthly to 3 million opt-in customers.  Jason Binn of Niche Media, @JasonBinn, no email available, is the publication’s CEO and founder.  An editor for the publication has not yet been announced.  For more information visit http://www.dujour.com…