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Next Week at the J-School: A Delacorte Lecture, The Business of Magazines

CJS: Delacorte Lecture: The Business of Magazines
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Hillary Frey, co-founder of Matter Studios, and David Rose, publisher of Lapham's Quarterly, discuss advertising, a/b testing, corporate funding, crowdfunding, direct mail, direct email, and what it takes to survive. Moderated by Delacorte Professor, Keith Gessen.

When: Monday, March 27, 2017

Where: World Room, Pulitzer Hall, Columbia University

Hillary Frey has been an editor or executive at Lingua Franca, The
Nation, Salon, NBCNews, Yahoo!, and Fusion. Most recently she founded
Matter Studios, an experimental reinvention of Medium's award-winning
longform magazine, Matter.

David Rose is the Publisher of Lapham's Quarterly. Previously he was
the longtime associate publisher of the London Review of Books, where
he pioneered the LRB's distinctive personal ads and edited They Call
Me Naughty Lola: Personal Ads from the London Review of Books and its
sequel, Sexually, I'm More of a Switzerland.

Moderated by Delacorte Professor, Keith Gessen

Pizza will be served. 

The Delacorte Lectures examine aspects of magazine journalism by leaders in the field of magazine writing and publishing. #CJSDelacorte


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