Monday, June 1
According to Hearst Magazines, publisher of Food Network Magazine, the new title dedicated to the food and stars at the cable channel, has achieved a paid circulation rate of 900,000 and will rise above 1.1 million soon, making it one of the top 100 best-selling American magazines.
I've been able to check out all of the issues thus far and think they're put together very nicely... but like I said in my first review, despite the fact that I subscribe to some magazines, I've discovered I'm just not that much of a magazine person. I have issues of Newsweek and Details and Entertainment Weekly and Food & Wine just cluttering up my apartment, not to mention all of those loose Washington Post sections that somehow pile up faster than I can keep up. And when am I supposed to be actually watching Food Network during all of this?! ;-)
But anyway, good for the mag. Glad something appears to be working out in this difficult time for publishing.
... just wondering if Aunt Sandy's mag will make the cut.