As the owner of several newspapers across America, he engages in a merciless battle for readers with his mentor, Joseph Pulitzer.
During the Cuban War for Independence, Hearst and Pulitzer published in their newspapers images of tortured and starving Cuban troops.
Although this is long article it is probably one of the shortest on the topic of the magazine history because I have not mentioned many magazines that left their significant mark in the publishing industry. It was a literary and philosophical edition and after it was launched several periodicals with very similar topics were published, and were intended for an intellectual audience.
Thematic scope was very narrow, and it was mainly written by one author.
In the year 1988, when dying of Alzheimer’s disease, circulation of On the other side of the Atlantic, in USA begins the golden era of magazines.
What Paris was for modern art in the late 19th and early 20th century, New York of the 50’s was in the modern magazine art direction, specifically Madison Avenue the location of the largest magazines of that era.
With technological progress, increased circulation, and increasing use of images, magazines are becoming increasingly attractive to advertisers.The success of the magazine was great, but the costs of every issue were even higher.Printing cost was high, and the number of printed copies could not be greater than one hundred thousand, because it was technically impossible to squeeze a larger amount of paper through the machine.A publication similar to today’s magazines (various themes and several authors) appeared in the year 1672, when French author Jean Donneau de Vize created .The name magazine, which comes from the Arabic word which means the warehouse, and was used for describing the place which deposits large quantity of various goods, while the analogy used to describe a book that contained many useful information for travelers and sailors.