Adverts mark the difference between a journal and a magazine, claims Jane Grylls
Advertisements have always had a place in magazine publishing: they mark the difference between a journal and a commercial magazine. The time-honoured division between ‘church and state’ – editorial and advertising – maintains a healthy relationship in which the two sides value that which each other’s roles bring to the enterprise.
Top: Illustration by Jason Ford.
Jane Grylls has worked on a number of magazines, including RA Magazine, Vogue, Eye and Asian Art Newspaper
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