New Digital Magazine Focuses on Construction Technology

Tablet edition of Residential Building Products and TechnologyResidential Building Products and Technology is a new digital magazine that covers the latest tools, trends and technology for the residential construction industry.

This free monthly digital magazine features in-depth editorial analysis of contemporary building concepts, along with visuals, product videos and interactive features. Editorial departments include Trends, Gadget Guru, News and Notes, Project of the Month, Product Review and Ode to a Tool.

It’s available as a monthly tablet app and a desktop edition. The magazine is published by Lebhar-Friedman, Inc. and its editorial office is located in New York City. Nigel Maynard is editor, nmaynard@lf.com.

State-wide Print Magazine Will Showcase the Life in Wisconsin

Cover of Our Wisconsin magazineOUR WISCONSIN just launched to “bring together readers from across the state to share stories and photos that show why life in Wisconsin is truly special.”

Its editorial is “100% positive and filled with fun.  It’s armchair reading you’re sure to enjoy, because it’s lighthearted, honest and real.” Editor and Publisher Mike Beno, invites Wisconsin residents to share their stories and their Contributor Guidelines are available on the website at http://ourwisconsinmag.com.

The magazine will be distributed every other month and is published by ourwisconsinmag.com in Presque Isle, WI.

Dr. Oz Partners with Hearst for New Magazine

DrOz blogsizeDr. Mehmet Oz is partnering with Hearst to create a new lifestyle magazine that will focus on experiencing life to its fullest. A debut test issue of the as-of-yet untitled magazine will hit newsstands nationwide in the first quarter of 2014, followed by a second issue, which could lead to a regular frequency in the second half of 2014.

The editorial will cover physical and emotional wellbeing, food, beauty, real-women’s stories, news, travel and finances. The magazine’s goal is to be motivating, uplifting and informative.

Initial newsstand distribution for the first test issue will be 350,000, with an additional 450,000 copies sent to targeted subscribers of select Hearst titles.

Alison Brower has been announced as the editor-in-chief. She has previously been executive editor of REDBOOK and deputy editor of GLAMOUR.