“Mesmerised at the arrival of the digital but we need to find ways to enhance print”: Nicholas Coleridge
A report from the session presented by the vice president of Conde Nast UK at the 38th FIPP World Magazine Congress
The magazine will launch in March 2012 with Manju Sara Rajan as editor
Conde Nast India has announced the launch of its travel magazine, Conde Nast Traveller. The bi-monthly magazine targets the affluent Indian reader and will be priced at Rs. 100. Said Nicholas Coleridge, VP, Conde Nast International, “Condé Nast Traveller is the world’s most important and authoritative travel publication, with the highest standards of journalism, service and photography. We are delighted to be bringing it to India.”
Conde Nast’s luxury title Vogue India has launched their online portal www.vogue.in, as a part of their strategy towards building their print title online. In an interview to Campaign India in April, Conde Nast International’s Vice President Nicholas Coleridge, had revealed that they were bullish on building the Vogue India title online. Speaking to Campaign at the time, Coleridge had revealed that the online content would be handled by a separate editorial team located in their Delhi office.
It’s raining foreign magazines. The spate of international magazines foraying into the Indian market continues with Conde Nast International set to launch GQ in India. The senior editorial team has been formalized with Sanjiv Bhattacharya appointed as editor, GQ India, while Brendan Allthorpe has been appointed art director of GQ India. CJ Kurrien has been appointed senior editor of GQ India while Iain Ball has been appointed features editor of GQ India.
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