“ MOJO is the world's biggest UK music magazine, delivering a monthly dose of world class journalism and iconic photography. It represents a carefully crafted musical archive, providing its audience with an authentic, independent and emotional connection to the music. Classic sits comfortably with cutting edge, with quality and integrity being constant”. Mojo is an indie magazine run by Bauer Publishing Ltd. It consists of around 150 pages and regular articles include The magazine is monthly and costs £4.30. I believe that it is monthly due to the high price of it. The target audience would not wish to spend that much money on a magazine every week.
NME is a weekly magazine that costs £2.20. There are 66 pages in the publication. There is regularly content such as; news, radar, reviews and live! In the 15 th October 2011 edition, featured articles include interviews with Florence Welch and a tribute to Steve Jobs. ‘ NME has become a truly unique multi-platform media proposition. Across the magazine, nme.com, NMETV, NME Radio and the brand's live events and awards, NME reaches over one million music fans every week. NME is the longest published and most respected music weekly in the world. Every week it gives its readers the most exciting, most authoritative coverage of the very best in contemporary music, including award winning features, the latest releases, live reviews, the definitive guide to the best new bands in its Radar section, as well as a regular look back through the magazine's incredible 58 year heritage.’
‘ The UK's biggest selling monthly music magazine, Q is the arbiter of quality music. The magazine sits at the heart of a cross-platform brand that discovers great music of substance for its consumers. The Q brand has developed a worldwide reputation as a trusted and premium quality voice of musical authority amongst fans, musicians and the music industry alike - one that is founded upon Q's unrivalled access, world-beating exclusives and outstanding production values. This reputation is extended not only through the magazine but also across online, radio, TV and on into Q's unique events, which encompass exclusive, intimate live shows with major stars and the world famous ‘. It costs £3.99 and has around 160 pages in it. Regular content includes Q mail.