So sorry again for missing yesterday- it's the first week of production for us over here in money world and I cannot believe how busy it is!
There's just so many things to be done- from call backs, to photo shoots, to fact checking! There simply aren't enough hours in a day.
The other day I learned about how a magazine produces it's monthly issues. The first 5-6 weeks (at most magazines, not all) are dedicated to "closing" out the editorial parts of the magazine. The business (or publishing/production) side deals with getting ads for each individual issue and most of this is done throughout the year, but not necessarily on the same time table as the editorial parts. After the editorial closes out, with all the stories, art and other necessary items ready, these parts are sent to a printer who (depending on the binding style) can take anywhere from one to two to even three (for perfect binding (mags like Cosmo, InStyle, and Vogue)) to create the magazine.
It's unbelievable how much time goes into producing monthly mags, and also how quickly weekly mags complete the same process.
Anyway, sorry for the missed/shorten posts, tomorrow should be better.
Try and stay out of the nasty weather today!!
xoxo money intern