NYC Media - Publishing - New York, New York, USA

NYC is a major publishing center of periodicals for local and national markets and a book publishing center for the entire USA
  • Periodicals: NYC's many publications offer Web sites with online content
    • NY Times: New York Times; metro daily
    • Wall St Journal: Wall Street Journal; national business daily
    • Barron's: Barron's; national business weekly
    • NY Daily News: New York Daily News; metro daily
    • NY Post: New York Post; metro daily
    • NY Observer: New York Observer; metro weekly
    • AM NY: Am New York
    • NY Press: New York Press; alternative newspaper; arts, music, food, movies, opinion
    • NY Resident: New York Resident; weekly magazine
    • Time Out: Time Out New York; weekly magazine with the rundown on "where-to-go what-to-do"
    • Steppin Out: Steppin' Out Magazine; metro entertainment weekly
    • Village Voice: Village Voice; metro weekly; distributed free in New York
    • New Yorker: New Yorker; art and culture weekly magazine
    • New York: New York Magazine and Metro TV; Pop culture and trendy city guide
    • Vice Magazine: Culture and lifestyle
    • Gotham Gazette: NYC politics and news
    • Inner City Press: Activist
    • Readio:; entertainment and travel Web-based
    • Urban Omnibus: a project of the Architectural League; covers building design and New York City
    • Little India: Largest circulated Indian publication in the United States; largest circulated overseas Indian publication in the world
    • NY Rock: New York Rock; entertainment Web-based
    • The Onion: Satire weekly; started in Madison, Wisconsin; headquartered now in NYC
    • Newsweek: Newsweek Magazine; national news weekly
    • Papermag: Papermag; entertainment monthly
    • Forbes: Forbes Magazine; national business weekly
    • Fortune: Fortune Magazine; national business biweekly
    • Scientific Amer: Scientific American; national science monthly
    • USNews &WR: US News and World Report; national news weekly magazine
  • Publishers: NYC has long been a major center for book publishing in the United States
    • HarperCollins: HarperCollins Publishers; literary and commercial fiction, business books, children's books, cookbooks, mystery, romance, reference, religious and spiritual books; unit of News Corporation
    • McGraw-Hill: McGraw-Hill Companies; education, financial services, information and media services; 2002 sales $4.7 billion
    • Penguin: Penguin Group; imprints Putnam, Viking, Dutton, Puffin, Dorling Kindersley, Rough Guides; unit of Pearson
    • Random House: Publishing operation of Bertelsmann; imprints Random House, Alfred A. Knopf, Ballantine, Bantam, Dell, and Doubleday
    • Simon & Schuster: Publishing; imprints include Pocket Books, The Free Press, and Scribner
    • Scholastic: Scholastic Inc; global children’s publishing and media company
    • W W Norton: W. W. Norton and Company; fiction, nonfiction, and poetry
    • Wiley: John Wiley & Sons; publishes textbooks, professional books; 2003 sales $854 million
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