#BreakingNews: How disruptor thinking led to this new editorial policy
Posted on January 02, 2024 | By Dawn Chafe | 0 Comments
“It’s an editorial policy that includes a unique marketing opportunity for corporate allies who want to help us amplify Indigenous voices in the magazine.”
In a recent ABMInsider newsletter, I invited loyal readers to tell me where to go and how to get there (and yes, that was my exact be-careful-what-you-wish-for wording).
Consider the context: it’s our 35th anniversary. For you numbers folks, that’s 210 magazines, roughly 16,800 pages and 8,400,000 words, all focused on sharing 100 per cent Atlantic Canada business content with regional, national and international readers. In 2019 we released a 30-year retrospective of our published work. That couldn’t possibly be five years ago—feels more like five minutes.
Pardon the sidetrack. Anyway… our collective library has earned us dozens of journalistic awards and industry honours. And, while we’re positively chuffed to be Atlantic Canada’s longest publishing regional business magazine, we didn’t get to have such a storied past by gloating over our wins.
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