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Purpose of the Discussion Students to create a new magazine concept and discuss
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Purpose of the Discussion
Students to create a new magazine concept and discuss the pros/cons of their magazine proposal with their peers Directions
Instructions: There are thousands of magazine titles, but that doesn’t stop publishers from putting out a new one slightly different from the rest.
STEP ONE: CREATE YOUR MAGAZINE by Saturday In this discussion forum, you will describe the magazine you would create by answering the following questions:
If you could invent a magazine, what would it be?
What would be your magazine’s mission?
How would it differ from similar offerings already on the market? Compare your magazine to similar publications, if they currently exist.
What would make your magazine new and unique?
Would there be a large market for your magazine?
What audience demographic would read it? (Demographic data include age, sex, ethnic background, disability, marital status, size of family, education attainment, home ownership, employment status, religion, among other categories.)
Would your magazine be on paper, online or both? Explain your choice.
Your original post should be a minimum of 200-400 words (roughly 2-3 sentences per question) STEP TWO: TWO PEER RESPONSES by Tuesday After you have submitted your initial response, you will be able to view the responses of your classmates. Comment on two of your classmates’ posts. Your answers should be in full sentences. The comments on your classmates’ posts should be 30-100 words. To receive full credit, thoughtfully answer all questions above in your own post, demonstrating familiarity with the current state of the magazine industry and concepts learned in class. Offer detailed feedback about your classmates’ magazine ideas.