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Découvrez comment lancer avec succès une publication ou mettre à jour votre processus pour réaliser un magazine plus efficace et influent Nous sommes en train de préparer un tout nouveau cours pour répondre à vos besoins d’édition. Nous espérons que vous vous joindrez à nous à Abidjan, en Côte d’Ivoire, du 15 au 21 septembre…

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Knowledge is Power: Organizing your production process

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Are you looking for a simple way to organize the progress of every article for an issue of your magazine? And, not only have it organized, but have it all in one place? You need a production chart. The purpose of the production chart is to provide an overview of where each article stands in…

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Tone Matters

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When you are working to engage a reader and to elicit a response, the tone of an article matters. How Strong? Recently I was editing an article for a client who had a great article with a prophetic voice. He was calling out people who said they put God first, but in actual life, others…

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Whose story will you tell today?

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The Least of These tells the story of Graham Staines, an Australian missionary in India, who was martyred, with his two sons, on January 22, 1999—twenty years ago. I remember when their deaths made the news. It was horrific. The movie is told from the point of view of a journalist who sought evidence that Staines…

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33 Powerful On-Demand Workshops You’ll Wish You’d Watched Sooner

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Six times a year we host live workshops on various aspects of magazine publishing including writing, editing, management, design, and digital publishing. Occasionally we throw in topics like how to prevent burnout that we know you need. While we would love for all of you to join us during the live session, we know that…

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Apprenez a editer un magazine

Introduction a l’edition de magazines
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Le cours d’introduction à l’édition de magazines est particulièrement destiné aux personnes travaillant en Afrique francophone pour des magazines chrétiens déjà existants ou à l’état de projet. Il propose de vous former sur la gestion, la rédaction et la conception graphique de magazines. Une équipe internationale de six instructeurs enseignera ce cours en Français. Les…

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Côte d’Ivoire to be site of new Introduction to Magazine Publishing Course

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(Colorado Springs, CO) – Magazine Training International (MTI) announces a new “Introduction to Magazine Publishing” course, and a corresponding manual published especially for a conference in 2019 in Abidjan, Côte d’Ivoire. The seven-day course is designed primarily for those who have little or no experience in professional magazine publishing. It will present an overview of…

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The Media Project seeking Managing Editor

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Friends Who Care About Religion Reporting, I am looking to hire a managing editor based in NYC to lead a rebranded online magazine from The Media Project to be called ReligionUnplugged.com. We are looking for a tech forward, ambitious editor who knows how to build audience and has some knowledge / experience / interest with…

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Who Said It? Attribution Matters

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Attribution is ascribing a work or remark to a particular person. With the popularity of pithy sayings on social media, it is tempting to quickly Google a list of quotes from a famous person, such as Gandhi, Nelson Mandela, Martin Luther King Jr. or even Jesus. However, these quickly “sourced” quotes are not always accurate.…

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9 essential marketing insights about typography

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By Matthew Stibbe, Articulate Marketing Typography affects your credibility Errol Morris carried out an experiment on New York Times readers. Presenting the same information in different fonts, he tested how credible it seemed. Roughly 40,000 people responded to his quiz and it turned out that even small differences between apparently similar fonts had a big…

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