P.S. # 1. David, you talk about Wayne Green of “magazine publishing fame” on your site on the technical information page, in very small print. If he is so famous why is it that you have to tell people he is famous? Why, because no one has ever heard of him. Not one in a million has ever heard of this small-time radio publisher, I am quite sure.
1. Being able to name a publisher is not an indicator of anything, especially the quality of his publications or his prominence in their fields. Without looking them up, please name the publishers of Time, US Weekly, Newsweek, Vogue, The New York Times, Tiger Beat, The Washington Post, Cosmopolitan, Motor Trend, The Wall Street journal, The Journal of The American Medical Association, The National Enquirer, Scientific American, People Magazine, Consumer Reports, Popular Science, Car and Driver, Guns and Ammo, and/or your leading local newspaper.
2. One in a million... Time for some 5th grade arithmetic. Approximate population of the US = 300 million, so one-in-a-million is a *total* of 300 people; fewer if you rule out the very young and the very old. So, can 300 people in the entire United States (including Alaska and Hawaii) tell you who Wayne Green is and name at least one of his publications? Are you kidding? 300 people? I know at least 30 people who can, and I'm just.....me.
ps. The owner/publisher of Tiger Beat Magazine is Scott Laufer. I had to look that up.