335 New Magazines Launched in 2008 According to MediaFinder.com

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335 new magazines were launched in 2008, according to MediaFinder.com. The top categories for new magazine launches were health (31 new titles); regions (28 new titles) and food (17 new titles). MediaFinder.com is the largest database of U.S. and Canadian publications.

In 2008, 335 new magazines were launched, according to MediaFinder.com─ the largest online database of U.S. and Canadian publications. Health magazines topped the list with 31 new titles such as Autism Research, Therapy Times and Living Well.

The next largest category for new magazine launches in 2008 was Regional, with 24 titles such as Michigan Avenue, Orange Appeal and Mountain Time Magazine. Another top category for new magazine launches was Food, with 17 new magazines such as Food Network Magazine, Edible Grand Traverse and Culture.

"Despite the downturn in the economy, magazines serving health, regional, and food interests continued to show growth, as there continues to be interest in topics "close to home,'" said Trish Hagood, President of Oxbridge Communications, publishers of MediaFinder.com. "In particular, with aging baby boomers, health is popular topic. And, regional magazines continue to thrive because of the interest in all things local, with local advertising helping to support these new magazines. "

MediaFinder.com, a media property of Oxbridge Communications©, (http://www.mediafinder.com), is the largest online database of U.S. and Canadian periodicals, with information on 75,000 magazines, journals, newspapers, newsletters, directories, and catalogs.

Hagood added, "MediaFinder.com is a great tool for librarians, researchers, advertisers, direct marketers, PR professionals and other business and professional people
looking for in-depth periodical information."

MediaFinder includes information such as subscription and advertising rates,
circulation and print specifications, ISSN numbers, year established, subscriber list rental opportunities, description of contents, staff names and contact information including more than 70,000 web sites and 63,000 e-mail addresses. Users can sort, select, and download information from the database.

Available immediately from Oxbridge Communications (http://www.mediafinder.com),
or by calling 1-800-955-0231, the MediaFinder® database service costs $795 for six months and $1,295 for one year. The MediaFinder.com Keyword Service costs $49.99 for one month's use, or $495 for one year, and offers searches by Keyword, Category, or ISSN number. A site license is also available via IP authentication for universities, libraries, or corporations.

Oxbridge Communications, founded in 1964, has the largest database of U.S. and
Canadian print media and catalogs. In addition to MediaFinder.com, it publishes a broad range of reference products including the Standard Periodical Directory, National Directory of Magazines, Oxbridge Directory of Newsletters and National Directory of Catalogs.

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