Starlog

Starlog was a monthly science-fiction film magazine published by Starlog Group Inc. The magazine was created by publishers Kerry O'Quinn and Norman Jacobs. O'Quinn was the magazine's editor while Jacobs ran the business side of things, dealing with typesetters, engravers and printers. They got their start in publishing creating a soap opera magazine. In the mid-1970s, O'Quinn and high school friend David Houston talked about creating a magazine that would cover science fiction films and television programs.

As of December 2008, the official website at Starlog.com had ceased to operate. In March 2009, Starlog became a sister site to Fangoria magazine's official site, with a new url tied to Fangoria. Simultaneously, production was halted on issue #375, May 2009. New content began to appear on the Starlog website on April 7, 2009, after the site returned to its original Starlog.com domain. The folding of the print edition was officially announced on April 8, with the unpublished issue promised in the near future as a web-only publication. However, the website has since shut down.

Read more about Starlog:  History, Parent Company Status

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Starlog - Parent Company Status
... Starlog publisher Creative Media filed for bankruptcy in March 2008 and, in June 2008, sold its assets to a group led by private equity firm Scorpion ... Starlog and Fangoria and all related assets were purchased by The Brooklyn Company, Inc ...
Fangoria - Planning
... as a companion to the science fiction media magazine Starlog just as Starlog covered science fiction films for a primarily teenaged audience, Fantastica was intended to cover fantasy films for a ... coming launch of Fantastica, the publishers of a Starlog competitor, Fantastic Films magazine, brought suit on the basis of "unfair trade," contending that its young audience ...
Starlog - History - Related Magazines
... In addition to Starlog, O'Quinn and Jacobs also published dozens of other magazines, including the science/science-fiction hybrid Future Life, Comics Scene, Cinemagic, and ... Over the past 30 years, Starlog has produced books, videos, science fiction conventions, trivia books, and more ... After the entire magazine industry took a serious tumble in 2001, Starlog Group was eventually purchased by Creative Group, Inc ...
Starlog
... Starlog was a monthly science-fiction film magazine published by Starlog Group Inc ... As of December 2008, the official website at Starlog.com had ceased to operate ... In March 2009, Starlog became a sister site to Fangoria magazine's official site, with a new url tied to Fangoria ...
Starlog - History
... suggested, including Fantastic Films and Starflight before Starlog was chosen ... published by Blake Publishing.) To keep costs down, Starlog was initially a quarterly magazine with the first issue being published on August 1976 ... Starlog was one of the first publications to report on the development of the first Star Wars movie, and it also followed the development of what was to eventually become Star Trek The Motion ...