MUSIC MAGAZINES  Charlotte Chambers
Music magazines are everywhere. With a  growing database for the amount ofmagazines published it comes to questionwhat is ...
Magazines started initially as       Newspapers.
Newspapers started initially as    information based.
Newspapers started to incorporate     things to grab a readersattention, be that through politics   and statistics or jour...
Popular magazines are made up         primarily of
GOSSIP
and
PERSONAL OPINIONS
I think personally that if magazines  (particularly mainstream ones) keep onproducing what they are now, then they are  go...
Jason Dojc said“Magazines are curators of content of a particular taste and point of view”        and I agree completely.
With music magazines everything theycontain is based upon what an individual thinks and whether others either do or       ...
BUTBoth of these bands have        websites
The articles that they publish inmagazines can be found within   seconds on the internet
Technology is eradicating the needfor books, magazines and anything             like that.
please now click the Kindle
People are more likely to peruse media on the  internet and other media platforms rather than magazines etc’ and this is c...
In some cases I think that they do have a  chance to hold a productive future as amagazine and an internet product, becaus...
However for this to work and keep both in business I   think that there needs to be limits on what is published online for...
please now click the Kindle
People want to get the information they want as quickly as possible
The internet provides that.
They don’t really have much more ofa future unless they start making the  items available in a magazine, not      availabl...
People now are more likely to look something up on their phones and on computers usingthe internet, rather than searching ...
It’s a fact that people are set in their ways ofbuying the magazine that they like and read,but that can easily ‘die’ out ...
People like that a magazine can be seen to have reliable    information, but just as the information that is solid innewsp...
IPC have over 60 wholesalers (companies selling goods in large quantities) and it’s them who distribute magazines to  cove...
This clearly presents the fact that peopleenjoy advertising when reading magazines as      apposed to when they’re online.
This means that magazines are the idealplace to advertise a product whether to mainstreamers, aspirers or any other       ...
Adverts can target a specific audience wen being published in amagazines whereas online they can’t always get their advert...
If people can’t advertise in magazinesthen they will have significant trouble   in being able to easily advertise to      ...
People trust advertising in magazines.
Advertising has no ‘safe’ future without magazines because it’s theplace people think that they actually               bel...
Advertising relies on the magazine industry to not only make sure that their target market  receive their advertisements, ...
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
The Future of Music Magazines: My views
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The Future of Music Magazines: My views

  1. 1. MUSIC MAGAZINES Charlotte Chambers
  2. 2. Music magazines are everywhere. With a growing database for the amount ofmagazines published it comes to questionwhat is the fate of magazines in society?
  3. 3. Magazines started initially as Newspapers.
  4. 4. Newspapers started initially as information based.
  5. 5. Newspapers started to incorporate things to grab a readersattention, be that through politics and statistics or journals and reviews.
  6. 6. Popular magazines are made up primarily of
  7. 7. GOSSIP
  8. 8. and
  9. 9. PERSONAL OPINIONS
  10. 10. I think personally that if magazines (particularly mainstream ones) keep onproducing what they are now, then they are going to be full of nothing but personal opinions.
  11. 11. Jason Dojc said“Magazines are curators of content of a particular taste and point of view” and I agree completely.
  12. 12. With music magazines everything theycontain is based upon what an individual thinks and whether others either do or don’t support them.
  13. 13. BUTBoth of these bands have websites
  14. 14. The articles that they publish inmagazines can be found within seconds on the internet
  15. 15. Technology is eradicating the needfor books, magazines and anything like that.
  16. 16. please now click the Kindle
  17. 17. People are more likely to peruse media on the internet and other media platforms rather than magazines etc’ and this is cancelling out the needfor people to actually go and buy a magazine about the subject.
  18. 18. In some cases I think that they do have a chance to hold a productive future as amagazine and an internet product, because some people like to actually have a ‘solid’ copy and read.
  19. 19. However for this to work and keep both in business I think that there needs to be limits on what is published online for free public viewing because if everything is online then there will actually be no need for magazines at all.
  20. 20. please now click the Kindle
  21. 21. People want to get the information they want as quickly as possible
  22. 22. The internet provides that.
  23. 23. They don’t really have much more ofa future unless they start making the items available in a magazine, not available on the internet.
  24. 24. People now are more likely to look something up on their phones and on computers usingthe internet, rather than searching and trying to find the correct magazines or book that holds the information they’re looking for.
  25. 25. It’s a fact that people are set in their ways ofbuying the magazine that they like and read,but that can easily ‘die’ out with the younger generations being used to just finding everything that they want online.
  26. 26. People like that a magazine can be seen to have reliable information, but just as the information that is solid innewspapers has declined over the years, so is what’s written in Magazines. The fact that they can be found online is onething, but people can also compare with the views that other people have as well online still without having to pay any money.
  27. 27. IPC have over 60 wholesalers (companies selling goods in large quantities) and it’s them who distribute magazines to cover the 55,000 places that sell magazines in the United Kingdom. Because the wholesalers that they use are alwaysopen, every day, every week, every month, of every year theyare the quickest way of getting magazines to where they need to be.
  28. 28. This clearly presents the fact that peopleenjoy advertising when reading magazines as apposed to when they’re online.
  29. 29. This means that magazines are the idealplace to advertise a product whether to mainstreamers, aspirers or any other particular audience.
  30. 30. Adverts can target a specific audience wen being published in amagazines whereas online they can’t always get their adverts tothe people that they want. Magazines are specific and it’s been proved that people somewhat enjoy the adverts they read in their magazines: because they’re targeted specifically and it’s what the consumer wants.
  31. 31. If people can’t advertise in magazinesthen they will have significant trouble in being able to easily advertise to their target audience.
  32. 32. People trust advertising in magazines.
  33. 33. Advertising has no ‘safe’ future without magazines because it’s theplace people think that they actually belong.
  34. 34. Advertising relies on the magazine industry to not only make sure that their target market receive their advertisements, but also to ensure to ensure that they are ‘enjoyed’ by their target market.

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