Ringier’s company magazine DOMO paid a visit to the U.S.-based Esquire magazine in
New York. Since Esquire’s covers are legendary, the DOMO editors asked Creative Director David Curcurito to design the cover for the Esquire cover story to be published in DOMO. The result is exceptional and exclusive. Curcurito wrote it by hand and this is why it will appear only in English without translation into DOMO’s five publication languages, French, German, Chinese, Hungarian, and Romanian, as usual.
In the DOMO article, David Granger, Editor-in-Chief of Esquire, and David Curcurito, Creative Director of Esquire, talk about their editorial processes, why they believe in print publications, how important covers are and how printed magazines and the online world will be able to congenially coexist in the future.
Other top stories in the new DOMO:
- In his essay, guest author Alexander von Streit, Editor-in-Chief of Wired Magazine, discusses the shape that entertainment will take in the future with augmented reality.
- DOMO author Peter Hossli describes how press officers are censuring text under the guise of giving the OK to print.
- DOMO author Helmut Maria Glogger went to see the German brain researcher Ernst Pöppel in his institute in Munich to discuss brain-optimized journalism. In a second article, Glogger recalls an exciting Oscar night in Hollywood with Veronica Ferres.
The magazine will appear 15 March 2013 and is available from Ringier Corporate Communications ([email protected]).
Ringier AG, Corporate Communications
DOMO, the company magazine of Ringier AG, appears four times a year in six languages (German, English, French, Romanian, Hungarian, and Chinese) offering high-quality background reports, interviews and articles on relevant media topics. The magazine is distributed internally to the staff in 12 Ringier countries as well as externally to all opinion leaders, media professionals, advertising clients, and business partners of Ringier.