By Zenev and Associates based on 2021 Jan-Mar feedback from publishers, staff, freelancers and others in the Canadian magazine industry. AMPA/MagsBC initiative.
Social media accounts are becoming the face of a magazine. Marketer Kayi Wong shares tips on putting your best face forward.
Conferences and other events of interest to magazine professionals in Canada, the U.S. and beyond. Includes recent cancellations and postponements.
In Vancouver and Victoria, May 23 and 24. Workshops feature Cicely Blain, Chelene Knight, Melanie Samuels and Jónina Kirton. Sessions include respectful work environment (employer’s obligations, HR best practices), unpacking diversity (cultural appropriation, indigenization, etc.), the front lines (role plays on how to deal with discrimination and harassment), and supporting change.
Ten transit shelter ads will be up between April 15 and May 6, 2019.
Publishing Unbound is a public reading and reception on inclusivity and accountability in Canadian magazine and book publishing.
A report on the session on Lez Spread the Word (LSTW) magazine by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
A report on this session, which looks at trends and issues over the last year, by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
A report on the panel by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
A summary of the main points gleaned from the conference by Natasha Sanders-Kay, MagsBC Board Member.
MagsBC board member Natasha Sanders-Kay has organized a panel at WORD on Sunday Sept. 25 @ 3:40 p.m. called “Inclusive Magazine Publishing: Barriers and Strategies for Writers and Publishers.”
“Be professional, even if you are writing for free; you’re not just building a portfolio, but also a professional reputation.”