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The 1800s The Field Newspaper launched in 1853 Other IPC titles released in late 1800s: Horse and Hound, Shooting Times, Cycling World and The Railway Magazine Competitions and sales promotions
Early 1900s Woman’s Weekly and Golf Monthly released in 1911 Ideal Home released in 1921 Caravan, Stamp Magazine and Woman released during 1930s
Mid 1900s NME released in 1952 which created the first official UK chart 1963 formation of IPC (Newnes, Fleetway and Odhams Press brought together) Reed Group acquires IPC in 1970 to form Reed International IPC at forefront of pre-recorded video market
Late 1900s Formation of European Magazines Ltd with Groupe Marie Claire to launch UK edition in 1988 IPC Editorial Awards announced What’s on TV is released in 1991 to become UK’s best selling magazine Loaded opens up young men’s market IPC sold to Cinven in 1998 Formation of five magazine companies based on former publishing groups
The 2000s IPC Magazines renamed IPC Media in 2000 Time Inc. acquires IPC Media for £1.15bn in 2001 Nuts is launched becoming the world’s first men’s weekly magazine IPC moves to new offices in 2007 Pick Me UP launched in 2005 backed by £6 million marketing investment