Every month, about 30,000 readers look forward to settling in with one of their favorite publications, The American Philatelist. It is the oldest continuously published philatelic journal in the world, the first issue having appeared in January 1887. Have you ever wondered what goes on in the office of The AP? Well, wonder no more – we have created a YouTube series called AP Sneak Peek to give a look behind the scenes at life in the editorial team. In this series, we ask Gary Loew, Editor-in-Chief, and Susanna Mills, Deputy Editor of The American Philatelist about what goes into writing and editing the stories you see in The American Philatelist. Keep watching for insight into how they come up with the topics and themes for each month, as well as the preparation they go through to make sure each issue is reliable, informative, and compelling.
Isabel Gleyze is a Digital Marketing Specialist on the Digital Content team. In addition to producing the AP Sneak Peek series, Isabel also:
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