Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Yemeni Al-Qaeda's Tips for Aspiring "New Media" Magazine Editors:

Sada al-Malahim manages to get by without paid advertisements. The staff keeps costs down by having no central office. The editor sometimes communicates with his far-flung jihadi writers through the pages of the magazine itself. (In one issue, he apologized that he had too much content to run in a single issue, but he promised jilted contributors that their work would appear in the subsequent issue.) Most of the contributors are either members of al-Qaida or their relatives, and they're probably not paid for their writing.

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