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.

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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

Magazine to enhance commercial airline travel has launched

APEX magazine coverAirline Passenger Experience magazine from the Airline Passenger Experience Association (APEX) is a new publication covering all aspects of the airline passenger experience.

The editorial covers inflight entertainment, catering, lounges, communications and technology, the latest industry trends and issues, perspective and insight on news and developments, as well as all association activities, events and programs. The magazine is meant to provide relevant industry information while generating greater industry awareness of and support for APEX.

It is custom-published by Canada-based Spafax and editor is Terri Potratz, tpotratz@spafax.com.

Regional magazine celebrates good food and good company

Good Company magazine coverGood Company is both a local magazine and one dedicated to people – especially women – and food. It is a bi-annual food journal “built to inspire and empower you to cook. At its core, it’s about the company you keep.”

The editorial highlights people, tools and seasonal, sustainable ingredients in luscious photography on high quality stock and printed in the US with vegetable oil-based inks, no VOC emissions, and wind supported power.

It is distributed in the Otter Tail, Grant and Wilkin counties, Minnesota, and is headquartered in Fergus Falls, MN. For submissions contact Connie Knapp, news@ingoodcompanyff.com

International horse sports are chronicled in new Canadian magazine

Logo of International Horse Sport magazineHorse Sport International magazine reports on the news, politics and people that shape the international equestrian community.

The editorial strives to feature high-profile interviews, thought-provoking features from the most engaging people, and notable results from the world’s most important competitions.

The Aurora (Greater Toronto,) ON-based title is published 8 times per year by American Horse Publications. The print and digital magazines accept freelance writing and photography submissions. Editor is Pamela Young, HorseSportInternational@gmail.com

Current subscribers will now receive two diabetes magazines for the price of one

Diabetes Self-Management coverDiabetes Self-Management and Diabetes Cooking will merge after both were acquired by Boston, MA-based publisher Madavor Media earlier this year.

“Diabetes Self-Management’s editorial focus provides practical information, focusing on the day-to-day and long-term aspects of diabetes in a positive and upbeat style. It provides readers with news, facts and advice that help them take an active role in learning to live a happier and healthier life with diabetes,” Group Publisher Susan Fitzgerald said in a statement. “Diabetic Cooking is the first and only magazine whose editorial mission is to provide readers with a selection of nutritious recipes that are easy to prepare and diabetes-friendly with full-color photography.”

Distribution includes the printed magazine, digital editions, and a website. Ingrid Strauch, ingrids@rapaportpublishing.com, is editor. Writer’s Guidelines are available on the website. Richard Boland, rboland@rapaportpublishing.com, is Art Director.

New travel magazine highlights food

Food Traveler magazine coverFood Traveler magazine is packed with information on exquisite food and travel destinations in the United States and abroad.

The bi-annual features places that are accessible to most travelers, and destinations that offer a unique culinary experience. Stories strive to capture the essence of the culinary destination, equip readers with useful information, and allow the readers to follow in the writer’s footsteps.

The title is published by Tampa, FL-based David-Jacobs Publishing Group and is distributed nationally via newsstands, book stores, grocery stores, airports and is available in waiting rooms throughout the US. Joshua Wattam, info@davidJacobspg.com, is the editor and writer’s guidelines are available online.