Magazines by Bauer More magazines.. Women's magazines, Pop, More, heat and yours. Men's magazines, Empire, Mojo and Q. Men's lifestyle, Zoo, and Arena home plus. Gardening magazines, Garden answers and Garden news. Transport magazines, Model rail, Rail and Steam railway. Football magazines,. Golf magazines, Golf World, Today's Golfer and 2 for 1. Motorcycling, Classic bike, MCN, Ride, What bike? And Practical Sports bikes. Bauer Media
‘ Bauer Media reaches over nineteen million UK adults across multiple media channels’ ‘ The Group is a worldwide media empire offering over 300 magazines in 15 countries, as well as online, TV and radio stations.’ ‘ Bauer Media joined the Bauer Media Group in January 2008 following acquisition of Emap plc’s consumer and specialist magazines, radio, TV, online and digital businesses. Collectively, the Group employs some 6,400 people.’ ‘ In 1994, the company bought a small magazine called For Him Magazine which is now the core of the best-selling international multi-platform brand FHM.’ ‘ In 1996, they acquired digital music TV channel The Box, as a route into the small screen business, which has grown into Box Television, a seven channel joint venture TV business with Channel 4’ ‘ Closer was launched in 2002 and Britain’s first weekly glossy, GRAZIA, was launched in 2005’ ‘ Today, Bauer Media spans over 80 influential brand names covering a diverse range of interests including heat – the must have weekly celebrity title, Parkers, MATCH!, CAR and Yours. For a full list our powerful brands’
IPC Media Ipc media produces over 60 magazines including enemy look and marie claire. Their brands reach almost 2/3ds of UK women and 42% of UK men(26 million UK adults. IPC has a huge range of magazines across different sectors from music to interior design. IPC medias headquarters is at the blue fin building in London and they have other offices in other parts of the UK. The UK market is worth £509.5 million. Some IPC magazines were sold to Cinven for £806 million in 1998, it was the largest management buyout in the UK history.
Future Publishing Future Publishing was founded in 1985, with one magazine and today future publishing have operations in the UK and USA and Australia creating over 180 special interest publications websites and events for people who are passionate about their interests. Future is the UK’s number one exporter and licensor of monthly magazines selling 3.2 million magazines a month. Its Headquaters are in Bath, UK, San Francisco, US and Sydney Australia.
Condé Nast Condé Nast is a United States based company, headquartered in New York with satellite offices through out the country. Condé Nast publications was founded in 1907 by Condé Montrose Nast, who took over the flagship magazine Vogue in 1909. This year Condé Nast revenues were up 1.3% to 428.2 million pound across the international operations which covers outside the US including Britain, Italy, Germany, China and India.
EMAP EMAP started life as a local newspaper company in 1947 and today it is a global media group. EMAP are based in London, UK. EMAP provides for millions of people across the globe involved in the built environment, retail, media, fashion, health, education, government and automotive sectors. It provides essential news analysis and access.