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    • Music Magazines There are some of my favourite music magazines and research into them
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    • Blurt
      • Blurt is a music magazine
      • featuring artists similar to what
      • is in NME magazine, but just
      • presented in a different style. I
      • think the magazine is mainly
      • targeted at teenagers, as the
      • magazine presents it’s self to
      • have young and hip style, e.g. by
      • having a variety of text settings,
      • like on the wonk.
    • Blender
      • Blender was launched in 2001 by the lad-mag
      • “ Maxim”. The sort of people that are likely
      • to read this magazine are maxims existing fan
      • base who are mainly “Lads”, as it keeps some
      • of the features of Maxim, such as sometimes
      • having provocative looking females on the
      • front. They may also read the magazine
      • because as has a variety of genres in it.
      • However this magazine would also appeal to
      • girls who like the artists featured on the front,
      • e.g. girls may be more likely to enjoy Kelly
      • Clarkson’s music than boys. Blender magazine
      • is also currently the 4 th most popular music
      • magazine in the USA.
    • Fader
      • Fader magazine mainly focus’s on
      • hip-hop, independent rock, pop and
      • also dance music. It was the first
      • printed publication to be released on
      • iTunes this would probably appeal
      • to it s main audience of older
      • teens/young adults.
    • Vibe
      • Vibe was Launched in 1993 by
      • Quincy Jones, it is a monthly
      • magazine which focus’s on hip-hop
      • and R&B. I think this magazine
      • has a mostly young target audience
      • as it is a whole network, not just
      • magazine, but also involves websites
      • such as Twitter, Facebook,
      • MySpace ect. Which are
      • stereotypically websites which
      • teenagers user.
    • Rolling Stone
      • Rolling stone is a magazine which
      • I think is aimed at slightly older
      • people as it talks about national
      • affairs/ politics as well as music,
      • this may appeal most to someone
      • in their 20’s-30’s as they are most
      • likely to know about this due to
      • more education e.g. university, but
      • also take an interest in the music.
      • According to the website it has a
      • total current circulation of
      • 1,476,399.
    • Spin
      • Spins magazine contains a mixture
      • of music, but mainly rock. I think
      • the people who buy this magazine
      • are likely to be teenagers- 30 year
      • olds, as it has both new bands as
      • well as bands from when the
      • magazine first came out 25 years
      • ago.
    • Clash
      • Clash is new magazine which only
      • launched in 2008 it contains a very
      • mixed style which alternates between
      • genres like modern rock/ pop and
      • also hip-hop/ R&B. As well as
      • music it also features film &
      • fashion. This wide mixture of music
      • creates a demographic of mainly
      • between 15-34 creating a circulation
      • of around 40,000.