On Wednesday, November 10th during common hour, Ed2010 and PRSSA are co-sponsoring the panel of a lifetime in Dempster Hall Studio A. “Turning The Page: The Future of Magazines” will be moderated by the school of communications very own Dean Cornog.
“This event was created to help student journalists at Hofstra University gain a perspective on what is really going on in the magazine industry,” said Dara Adeevo, President of Ed2010 at Hofstra University. In a world that is turning its back on print media three prominent speakers from the magazine industry will be on hand to discuss the future of magazines.
Representing Hearst Corporation will be Eve Burton, vice president and general counsel. Hearst Corporation is one of the nation’s largest communications companies. Their extensive list of published magazines includes Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Harper’s Bazaar, Food Network Magazine and many more.
Jeannie Mullen, global executive vice president and chief marketing officer of Zinio will be in attendance. Zinio creates digital editions of magazines and provides customers with exclusive features such as video, audio and live links. The company offers U.S. Weekly, Esquire, Rolling Stone and Elle just to name a few.
Philip Whitney, vice president and online marketing and product development at American Express Publishing will be in attendance as well. Whitney oversees the company’s websites such as TravelandLeisure.com, FoodandWine.com and Departures.com.
Whether you are interested in public relations, publishing, editing or just love magazines “Turning The Page: The Future of Magazines” is an event you will not want to miss!
Kimberly Caro, VP of Fundraising and Philanthropy, PRSSA