CNet is now both a tech website and…a print magazine

CNet front coverCNet is a new lifestyle 128-page magazine that launched this week with 200,000 copies and all original content.

“The idea from the outset was that CNET did not want to be a tech insider publication.” The quarterly is “focused on giving consumers a lifestyle” rather than in-depth technology coverage, to help readers “who want to understand how these technologies make their lives better.” It features interviews with celebrities and visionaries, tech tricks, new product reviews and, of course, a gift guide – all original to the print title.

There are two editors-in-chief: Lindsey Turrentine, lindsey.turrentine@cnet.com, @lturrentine, editor-in-chief of CNET.com, and Connie Guglielmo, connie.guglielmo@cnet.com, @techledes, editor-in-chief of CNET News.

Contractors in “Vegas” now have their own print magazine

Construction Las Vegas coverConstruction Las Vegas is a new quarterly magazine for the construction industry in Southern Nevada.

It covers interviews, industry updates, spotlights of area designs in “Commercial Buildings,” outlines of local trade associations and their upcoming events in “Association Profiles” and quick industry updates in “Briefings.”

10,000 copies are distributed to developers, general contractors, subcontractors and suppliers by publisher Greenspun Media. Editor is Craig Peterson, craig.peterson@gmgvegas.com

“A new approach to the women’s interest genre” has launched

Golly magazine logoGolly magazine just published its first quarterly issue and promises to be “modern, irreverent, and inclusive.”

A subscription is $40 and it is available in select boutiques. It easily reached its Kickstarter goal of $30,000 in just 17 days.

The publication was founded by Editor-in-Chief Roxanne Fequiere, roxanne@gollymagazine.com, and Alley O’Shea, the creative director.