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  • 1. Publishing houses
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    • IPC media produces over 85 iconic media brand, with their print brands alone reaching almost two thirds of UK women and 44% of UK men – almost 27 million UK adults, while our online brands collectively reach 20 million users every month.
    • IPC diverse print and digital portfolio offers something for everyone, which have three core audiences they focus on which are:
    • Men (IPC inspire) – this comprises a wealth of leisure brands including, Country life, Horse & Hound, Rugby World Decanter, also they have lifestyle brands including, NUTS, Mousebreaker and NME.
    • Mass market women (IPC connect) – this comprises famous women's weeklies including, Look, Chat, Now and Woman, also TV entertainment brands including, What’s on TV, TVTimes and TV & Satellite week, and online there is the goodtoknow network.
    • Upmarket women (IPC Southbank) – comprises luxury fashion brands including, Marie Clare and InStyle, also there are lifestyle brands including, woman&home and essentials, also home interest brands including, Ideal Home, Livingetc and housetohome.
    • IPC media is wholly owned by Time Inc.
    • In the mid 1950’s the magazine publishing industry was dominated by a handful of companies. These companies fought each other for market share in a highly competitive marketplace.
  • 3. Country Life Is one of the biggest and instantly recognisable brands in the market. Frequency: Weekly Cost: £3.20 It has a unique core mix of contemporary country-related editorial and top end property advertising. Editorially, the magazine comments in-depth on a wide variety of subjects including, architecture, the arts, gardens and gardening, the countryside, field-sports and wildlife. www.countrylife.co.uk TVTimes This magazine has the hottest TV news. Frequency: Weekly Cost: £1.10 TVTimes is one of the best known magazine brands, with over 50 years of TV heritage. It enjoys an excellent reputation within the TV industry and has enviable access to Britain’s favorite stars and their programmes. TVTimes is positioned in the premium sector as a quality TV weekly magazine, popular with all the family. After major research and development, TVT has been refreshed to reveal a modern and vibrant look, with a clear vision of what today's reader wants from their favorite television magazine. http://www.tvtimes.co.uk Marie Claire Marie Claire is Britain’s leading fashion brand. Frequency: Monthly Cost: £3.50 This magazine is a worldwide icon with editions in 36 countries and is published in the UK in partnership with French publishing company Groupe Marie Claire. The UK edition, published by IPC Southbank, was launched in 1988. Marie Claire is a compelling media magazine that combines out standing fashion to inspire women who want to think smart and look amazing. http://www.marieclaire.co.uk
  • 4. Bauer Media company is private and focuses on the industry of publishing and broadcasting. It was founded in 1875 and it’s headquarters are in Hamburg, Germany, also the areas served are Europe, USA, China and Russia. It has a revenue turnover of 1.79 billion euro. Bauer media is a large German publishing company based in Hamburg, which operates in 15 countries worldwide. Since the company was founded in 1875, it has been privately-owned and under management by the Bauer family. It was formerly called Heinrich Bauer Verlag KG, abbreviated to HBV and usually shortened to H. Bauer. It has over 230 magazines in 15 countries, as well as online, TV and radio stations. The worldwide circulation of this media group’s magazines amounts to 38 million magazines a week. The Group employs some 6,400 people and has a 2008 turnover of 2.08 billion Euros. Bauer Media reaches over nineteen million UK adults across multiple media channels. They have more than eighty influential media brands spanning a wide range of interests, including magazines and their group of twenty local radio stations.
  • 5. Mother & Baby The pregnancy and parenting magazine for modern mothers. Mother & Baby provides new mums and mums-to-be with the best advice and information for their pregnancy, baby and future. This magazine is for mums-to-be and mums with children up to 2 years old.  Their average age is 32 and 63% work full or part-time. Mother & Baby is a magazine and also online. www.askamum.co.uk Heat The UK’s most famous celebrity brand. Heat was launched in 2000 and is now the must have celebrity weekly. Delivering unrivalled exclusive access to the world's most famous people in the magazine every week, a heat moment is always an Oh.My.God! moment. heat’s unique sense of humor, obsessive attention to celebrity detail and unshakable dedication to the joy of gossip is what keeps everyone coming back for more. Heat is a magazine, on radio and online. www.heatworld.com www.matchmag.co.uk MATCH! The number one youth football brand. This magazine brings fans closer to their football heroes. MATCH! magazine features the biggest stars, the best interviews, and the latest football news every week.  7-16 year old football mad children and teenagers mainly boys with a median age of 12.
  • 6. Condé Nast is subsidiary and was founded in 1907. it’s headquarters are in a Condé Nast building in New York City. The companies revenue for 2007 was £2 billion estimated USD, FY and its parent is Advanced Publications. Condé Nast is a worldwide magazine publishing company. Its main offices are in New York, Chicago, Miami, Madrid, Milan, Tokyo, London and Paris. Condé Nast is run by S.I. Newhouse Jr, and is a division of Advance Publications, who have owned the company since 1959. By 1998 the group included 17 such publications, many of them are the largest in their markets. It had an average total circulation of over 13 million issues a month, and an estimated actual readership 5 times larger than that.
  • 7. Vogue This is a fashion and lifestyle magazine that is published in 18 national and one regional edition. Each month, Vogue publishes a magazine including topics of fashion, life and design. The price of this creative magazine is varied around £3.80. Wired This magazine is a full-color monthly American magazine which is published since March 1993, that reports on how technology affects culture, the economy, and politics. It is published in San Francisco, California. It also has 2 new national editions Wired UK and Wired Italia. The founding designers were John Plunkett and Barbara Kuhr, starting with a 1991 prototype and continuing through the first five years of publication, 1993–98. GQ This was originally Gentlemen's Quarterly is a monthly men's magazine focusing on fashion, style, and culture for men, through articles on food, movies, fitness, sex, music, travel, sports, technology, and books.
  • 8. EMAP is a private company and it’s industry is publishing. This was founded in 1947 and now it’s headquarters are in London, UK. The revenue turnover in 2006 was £1.154 billion. It’s operating income in 2006 was £223 million. Emap is a British media company, specializing in the production of business-to-business magazines, and the organization of business events and conferences. It has 59 business-to-business magazines. The magazine division was found on a hunch when the company’s presses are low between printing issues of the local papers. The thought that a weekly angling publication would be a hit so I 1953 Angling Times was made. Which was soon joined by another high selling magazine motor cycle news from its founded in 1956 for £100. both remain in the top 10 profit earners for the company to this day.
  • 9. Future is a private limited company (PLC) and focuses in the industry on magazine and internet publishing. It was founded by Chris Anderson in 1985, and its headquarters and in Bath, UK. Future sells more than 3 million magazines each month and they have more than 20 million unique visitors to their websites and they host 27 annual live events that attract hundreds of thousands of enthusiasts. Future exports or syndicates publications to 90 countries internationally, making us the UK’s number one exporter and licensor of monthly magazines. Future’s magazines, websites and events are managed across four portfolios: Games, Technology, Music & Movies and Active. Our biggest titles include XBox 360: The Official Magazine, Total Film, T3, Guitar World and Maximum PC. Future, the special-interest media group, announces that it has appointed Mark Whiteling as a non-executive Director with effect from 8th October 2010. Future plc, the international special-interest media group, provides a pre-close trading update ahead of its results for the year ending 30 September 2010 which will be announced on 24 November 2010. In 2006 future was the sixth largest company in the UK. It focuses on magazine and internet publishing.