All Posts Tagged With: "Old Cars Weekly"

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Audience is King

The decline and fall of content empires, publishing snooze fests, and other assorted jointless ventures.

6Aug2012 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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2010 Circ Numbers Are In!

NASCAR Illustrated posts and impressive 35% gain in circulation while the Fab Four tread water. 2010 circ numbers are in!

18Apr2011 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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6% Circ Drop at Old Cars Weekly

Format change at Old Cars Weekly contributes to 6% drop in circulation.

21Nov2010 | | 2 comments | | Continued
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AutoWeek Goes Bi-Weekly

Is the web to blame for AutoWeek’s reduced frequency? The pub’s circ manager speaks out.

28Aug2009 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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Sticker Shock: $300 for Old Cars Weekly Online Service

A new online data base from Old Cars Weekly carries a hefty price tag in an age where info is free and the collector car market is in a free fall.

28Jul2009 | | 10 comments | | Continued
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Car & Driver Leads Circ Meltdown, AutoWeek Gains

Latest circ numbers show consumer titles in a downward spiral while a few niche mags buck the trend. Car & Driver leads the pack with a whopping 74K drop in circulation. Sustaining print readership may be just too damn costly. CPI tracks circ for the leading automotive mags…

15Jul2009 | | 4 comments | | Continued

Old Cars Weekly Expands Cover Advertising

More paid advertising is a good thing, but execution is everything.

22Sep2008 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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May Debut for Prewar Auto Notes

Prewar Auto Notes premiers in May aimed at collectors of pre WWII vehicles. The new title comes to the market courtesy of founding publisher Keith Mathiowetz, former editor of Old Cars Weekly. Keith is a regarded automotive journalist and passionate enthusiast of prewar vehicles. He describes his new publication in similar fashion: “This has been [...]

12Apr2008 | | 2 comments | | Continued

Consumers Control Content

It’s about the consumer, stupid. Andy Kessler’s article “A Future for Newspapers” talks about the meaning of The Pipe, the conduit between provider (publisher) and receiver (reader). Control the pipe, as the logic goes, control the consumer. Today, writers and readers are at parity. This blog is a good example where I write and you write and [...]

15Feb2008 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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Amazing Barn Find Prewar Classics

Check out my feature story appearing in the October 11, 2007 issue of Old Cars Weekly about an amazing barn find of prewar classics from a Maryland collector. A client firm retained me to help with the collection’s purchase, removal, and eventual resale of selected vehicles. We’re not talking about ordinary Model Ts, though a [...]

23Oct2007 | | 0 comments | | Continued
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