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At age 28, Amy Schrier founded Blue, the Adventure Lifestyle magazine in 1997. She was Publisher/Editor-in-Chief of the magazine from 1997-2003.
Schrier also founded MISSION (MISSION.tv). This website has been featured in the Huffington Post. Schrier herself has appeared on a number of television networks which include: CNN, CNNfn, CNBC, MSNBC, and FoxNews. She has visited over 40 countries worldwide.
Awards and honors
Blue won awards including American Society of Magazine Editors' Top 40 Magazine Covers of the Past 40 years and Life Magazine Best Magazine Photos of the Year, 1999. Blue was called "Not your father's National Geographic" by The New York Times.
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- Trip Gabriel (June 29, 1997). "For the Plane to Everest". The New York Times. Retrieved March 8, 2011.
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- "New Travel Magazine Targets Young Adults". The Christian Science Monitor. August 20, 1997.
- "New Magazine Traveling with the Younger Crowd". Daily News. July 8, 1997.
- "The X-Files: New wine, travel rags cater to the young and restless". San Francisco Examiner. July 29, 1997.
- "Leader of the (Back) Pack". Vogue. November 1998.
- "The Star Talks to Amy Schrier: Into The Wild Blue Yonder". The East Hampton Star. July 31, 1997.
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