Friday, October 19, 2012

Peer-to-peer; editors will share with each other at CSME luncheon

Editors can learn from each other, whether in business-to-business or consumer; that's the focus of the next Canadian Society of Magazine Editors' (CSME) luncheon in Toronto as panelist share the tricks of their trade: 
  •  William Morassutti: Creative director of Star Content Studios, Torstar's new custom content arm; former editor-in-chief and founding member of Toromagazine. 
  • Peter Carter: Editor of Today's Trucking and winner of the 2011 CSME Editor's Choice Award for best trade magazine editor. 
  • Douglas Thomson: President, National Magazine Awards Board of Directors; Editor of Canadian Home Workshop, a consumer title currently celebrating its 35th anniversary.
It's on Wednesday, October 24, noon, Peridot Restaurant, 81 Bloor St. east (south side, just east of Yonge. In advance, $22 for members, $37 for non-members (register online); at the door, $25 for members, $40 for non-members.


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