New Music Publications Attract Young Men With Humor

Lee Hadden writes: \"The Wall Street Journal has an interesting article on music magazines
in their August 13, 2002 issue. They say After 35 years of leading the music-magazine pack, Rolling Stone\'s pre-eminence in the field is threatened by
upstarts. Chief among them is Blender, from the makers of
the men\'s magazine Maxim, which has a circulation of
350,000 after only nine issues and says that will increase
to 410,000 by next January. Blender uses the same short
bursts of humorous writing that served Maxim so well.
Read more about it (subscription required).\"

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