Creativity Goes Quarterly, AdAge Makes Some Changes

By SuperSpy Comment


Creativity Magazine is going from ten issues a year to a quarterly. Meanwhile, their digital hub will remain the resource that it is. The magazine said in an editorial that: “- current economic circumstances have only hastened changes that were already well underway, in our business and yours.”

Ain’t that the truth. Creativity has shuffled some staffers around including Managing Editor Nick Parish heading over to sister publication AdAge as Events Content Manager. Sounds fishy, but it really means that AdAge is going to start throwing conferences that you know, are interesting and give you way more opportunities to get drunk with your cohorts. I’m game. This recession thing is bollocks.

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