Wednesday, May 09, 2007

Where do I sign up?

Are blogs coming of age? How do you know? I'm not sure I do but this has to mean something:

A Potomac-based publishing company has created the first trade magazine devoted to the blogging and podcasting media communities.

The inaugural issues of Lastan Publishing Inc.’s Blogger & Podcaster appeared last week. It is the first time, publisher Larry Genkin believes, that a publication launched simultaneously in three formats with different content — the magazine has print, online and podcast editions.
Genkin said he hopes to capitalize on an audience of 62 million bloggers and more than 80,000 podcasters, particularly those heavily entrenched in the industry.

“These are not teenage girls jotting about their boyfriends; they have serious objectives, and in the magazine they will find advice on how to make their endeavors successful,” Genkin said.

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