Folio, also known as Folio: The Magazine of Magazine Management and Folio: magazine is a trade magazine for the magazine industry.The magazine was established in 1972 by Joe Hanson of Hanson Publications, Inc. and became known as "the bible of the magazine publishing industry".
Associated initiatives include The FOLIO: Show, a magazine industry trade show and conference; FOLIO: 400, a comprehensive review of major America magazines; The FOLIO: Ad Guide, analyzing magazine advertising; and the FOLIO: Source Book, a buyer’s guide for publishers.The publishers of Folio also organize the Eddie & Ozzie Awards in recognition of high-quality magazines and induct new members into the Editorial & Design Hall of Fame. As of 2020, it was announced that Folio magazine would cease publication. However, the publisher would continue to support its other industry activities.
The publishing company name is Folio Publishing Corporation and, it also produces two special annual editions:
The magazine covers various financial and publishing aspects of the magazine publishing industry.Many stories focus on a particular periodical. Folio is a “vertical” publication “aimed at people who hold different jobs within” the magazine publishing industry.
Folio gives awards in various categories: The Washington Post's Annie Granatstein received Folio's Top Women in Media 2019 award;The Post and The New York Times received awards in 2020.
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MIT Technology Review is a magazine wholly owned by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, and editorially independent of the university. It was founded in 1899 as The Technology Review, and was re-launched without "The" in its name on April 23, 1998 under then publisher R. Bruce Journey. In September 2005, it was changed, under its then editor-in-chief and publisher, Jason Pontin, to a form resembling the historical magazine.
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Andrew Solomon won a 2011 gold Eddie award from Folio: magazine.
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told Folio magazine he was concentrating on "long-term strategy" for Newsweek.
Washington Post Magazine, in the single-topic issue category