An image of various magazine covers, including People, Glamour and ESPN.



Magazine-style journalism is used in all types of media—from podcasts to personal essays and listicles to reported longform narratives. Storytelling that speaks directly to an audience and uses compelling writing with a strong voice and clear point of view are hallmarks of magazine journalism.

Today’s magazine journalists are innovators who use an array of digital tools to create new editorial products and formats. They are versatile storytellers who can create content for a mobile device and a well-designed print publication. They embrace social media, audience engagement, reporting and research, data and infographics—whatever helps tell the story in a way that connects with audiences.  

Magazine graduates seek careers across the media spectrum. Newhouse Magazine graduates today work as magazine writers and editors, as well as social media managers, e-commerce specialists, digital product developers, publicists, book editors, designers, news reporters and sports writers. They’ve created apps, launched websites, re-designed publications and produced award-winning journalism.