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  1. 1. 3009900612140Music MagazinePublishers research<br />IPC Media <br />IPC is a leading UK consumer magazine publisher. Almost 2 in every 3 women and 44% of men read an IPC magazine; this is over 26 million UK adults. They publish 80 magazines of a variety of diverse subjects. Diverse – Print and digital.<br />Their website is the 3rd largest commercial music website in the UK.<br /><ul><li>IPC is owned by Time inc. the publishing division of Time Warner Inc. Their business is split into 5 distinct publishing divisions alongside Market Force.
  2. 2. IPC connect – Woman’s weeklies
  3. 3. IPC ignite - Leading media player in the key men's sector
  4. 4. IPC inspire – Specialist interests
  5. 5. 3990975187960Market Force – Leading news trade sales and distribution company
  6. 6. IPC Southbank – Woman’s lifestyle and home interest
  7. 7. IPC TX – TV, TV times, TV easy etc. </li></ul>NME Magazine<br />Music magazine and made weekly. Priced around £2.30. The longest published and most respected music weekly in the world. Concentrates on a lot of contemporary music. Aimed at teenagers and young adults, male and females. Usually bought by Men. <br /><ul><li>Online – Europe’s most
  8. 8. Magazine
  9. 9. 4162425112395TV
  10. 10. Radio
  11. 11. Mobile
  12. 12. Annual Awards
  13. 13.
  14. 14. Uncut magazine
  15. 15. UK, s most authoritative music and movie magazine.
  16. 16. Hybrid – mix of two genres (music and movies)
  17. 17. Targets an older audience. Different to NME.
  18. 18. Other magazines include Rugby, Country life and other niche market magazines.
  19. 19. 2619375-940435Emap
  20. 20. A global media group providing resources to lots of different sectors in society, e.g. Finance, fashion, education...
  21. 21. Emap sold their radio business in 2008 to Bauer Verlag KG for £422m.
  22. 22. Magazines
  23. 23. Kerrang –
  24. 24. Q magazine – Biggest selling music magazine monthly in the UK.
  25. 25. Audience – All music listeners that appreciate a broad variety of mainstream music. Aimed at older teens to adult. An adult market. Usually bought by males but not just targeted at them.
  26. 26. Colour – recurring theme of red, white and black.
  27. 27. Puff – different take on music
  28. 28. 292417526670Q radio – online/freeview
  29. 29. Music TV channel
  30. 30. Annual Awards
  31. 31. 2314575135890
  32. 32. BBC
  33. 33. The biggest and longest broadcaster in the world.
  34. 34. 8 national TV channels.
  35. 35. 10 national radio stations.
  36. 36. Regional television and radio.
  37. 37. 1352550421640BBC iPlayer
  38. 38. Funded by the public in the form of a license fee. (£11.63 per month)
  39. 39. Established under a royal charter. (2007 – 2016) – BBC has editorial independence. Educate, inform and entertain.
  40. 40. Top of the Pops
  41. 41. 3657600780415TOTP started as a music magazine to accompany the programme but has now changed its purpose. It is now the UK’s best selling teen gossip magazine and is aimed at girls.
  42. 42. Development Hell
  43. 43. Development Hell Ltd is an independent media company based in Islington, north England.
  44. 44. It currently published 2 music magazines.
  45. 45. The Word
  46. 46. Mixmag
  47. 47. Andrew Harrison and Mark Ellen – Long experience of working with music magazines.
  48. 48. In April 2009 they bought ‘Dontstayin.com’
  49. 49. The Word Magazine
  50. 50. 454342595885
  51. 51. Music genre mainly rock
  52. 52. Aimed at older adults – 20+
  53. 53. Podcasts
  54. 54. CD Links
  55. 55. Best UK music magazine of 2007/2008. – Respected magazine.
  56. 56. MixMag
  57. 57. Aimed at club/dance scene
  58. 58. Aimed at teens and young adults.
  59. 59. Mixmag TV
  60. 60. Clothing
  61. 61. Tour
  62. 62. Technology
  63. 63. 1628775512445DontStayIn.com complements MixMag.

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