CNET Launching Quarterly Print Magazine


Consumer technology news and reviews site CNET is launching a new print magazine, to be distributed through newsstands across the U.S. and Canada. CNET Magazine will feature story-oriented photojournalism and design, technology reporting, step-by-step how-to guides and a singular look into the future of technology, says CNET.  The magazine is anchored around four main sections: You, Your Home, Your Ride and Your Work.

CNET Magazine is edited by editor-in-chief Lindsey Turrentine and editor-in-chief Connie Guglielmo. Courtney Cochrane, CNET’s global vice president of Media Sales, serves as publisher. The magazine was created in collaboration with independent content marketing agency McMURRY/TMG. Additionally, the team behind CBS’s Watch! Magazine is contributing to the publication.

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