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Distribution was also a big problem because it was difficult to move large quantities of magazines at great distances.
At that time in post WWII Europe, in France, one person launched a magazine that greatly changed the way women think, speak, and perceive themselves.
It was Helene Gordon Lazareff and her , and the readers identified with Helen – what was good for Helen, was good for her readers.
At this moment arises the term Hadden has influenced popular culture in such a peculiar way that he changed the patterns of thinking and behavior of people in the 20th century.
Unfortunately, he died very young, aged 30, and his partner Henry Luce continued development of starts to lose money, and in the 1948 is redesigned, both in graphics and in journalistic terms, and becomes an ordinary business magazine.
In the late 19th century and with the invention of the rotary press, the number of printed copies increases, and the price of the issue is reduced and thus we enter the century, that will mark the development of the magazines as one of the world’s leading media.
With technological progress, increased circulation, and increasing use of images, magazines are becoming increasingly attractive to advertisers.Although this is long article it is probably one of the shortest on the topic of the magazine history because I have not mentioned many magazines that left their significant mark in the publishing industry. It was a literary and philosophical edition and after it was launched several periodicals with very similar topics were published, and were intended for an intellectual audience.Thematic scope was very narrow, and it was mainly written by one author.A publication similar to today’s magazines (various themes and several authors) appeared in the year 1672, when French author Jean Donneau de Vize created .The name magazine, which comes from the Arabic word which means the warehouse, and was used for describing the place which deposits large quantity of various goods, while the analogy used to describe a book that contained many useful information for travelers and sailors.In the history of the publishing no editor had such a lasting impact on its magazine as it was Helene.