Who are you watching in 2008? How about these?
Assuming you meet the publisher's "demographic and geographic requirements," you can get a free 1-year subscription from TradePub.
The publishing giant plans to fold New York start-up Answerology, founded as a romance novel tie-in, into its various magazine properties.
It's a "what if" scenario, what if Rolling Stone magazine's music reviewers got a chance to hear music over a bona-fide, all American high-end audio system?
A promotional magazine from Nintendo reinforces just about every stereotype about girls that we've spent the past five decades trying to dispel. Nice job, guys.
Digital-magazine provider Zinio is giving iPhone and iPod Touch users free access to its new Mobile Newsstand. Flick a finger, read a magazine!
Browser-based magazines bring readability, style, and yes, ads, to online editions.
Crave makes PC Magazine's list of the Favorite 100 Blogs.
Former PC World magazine editor Harry McCracken plans to launch the tech news site later this summer in conjunction with John Battelle's advertising start-up.
Rob Walker, the author of the just-released "Buying in," is a marketing connoisseur, an expert in reading the cultural underpinnings of commerce. In his Consumed column for the New York Times Magazine, he examines how technology shapes consumer culture.