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It Turns Out the Gelatto Business Is Not Like Publishing …
February 9, 2008, 9:32 pm
Filed under: 5280, Denver, Denver Magazine, Public Relations, Shine Magazine
 
If you are waiting to hear back from that freelancer for Shine magazine, don’t bother. It has folded after a single issue. Better start pitching 5280 again, or, if you’re feeling lucky, the trendy new Denver Magazine. And for those bettors out there, Denver PR Blog has set the over/under on Denver Magazine at six issues.
 
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I say ‘under’. How many ways can these local lifestyle pubs repackage a salon in CC North or schlep the do-gooding of their favorite bold-face name?

On the flip side, these mags do keep the flacks in the green–even if they put the ol’ cowtown to sleep.

Comment by Bro

To compare Denver Magazine to Shine is a fatal mistake. The publisher of Denver Magazine has been in the publishing business before. 5280 is a boring stuffy magazine that has had it’s time!

Comment by Jack Ripper

http://www.denvermagazine.com

Comment by Jack Ripper

I just saw Denver Magazine for the firs time and it is much nicer than 5280

Comment by Chris Andrews

Just by looking at Denver Magazine and their website DenverMagazine.com you can see they are the real deal and well funded.

Comment by Sandra Keller

I also just saw Denver Magazine for the first time. FINALLY someone is realizing we need a magaine with style. I am from California and the lack of magazine titles here was killing me!

Comment by Paul Paletta

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