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JazzTimes available now on the Exact Editions platform

In partnership with Madavor Media, Exact Editions is delighted to announce JazzTimes is now available on its digital platform. With its extensive modern archive comprising of over 80 back issues spanning 8 years, individual and institutional subscribers will have access to a comprehensive and in-depth coverage of the jazz scene.

JazzTimes is now available on the Exact Editions digital platform

Its roots date back to Radio Free Jazz, a publication founded by Ira Sabin in 1970 when he was operating … Keep Reading

Interview with the Librarian – Volume 19

In Volume 19 we speak with Olive from Glasgow Women’s Library.

You can find GWL on Twitter, promoting all kinds of brilliant projects and generally being amazing: https://twitter.com/womenslibrary

Word of the Week

Slogan
Wow, this was a very interesting one, I thought. Slogan comes from Scottish Gaelic sluagh-ghairm (sluagh army + gairm cry) which translates to battle-cry. It’s quite fun imagining some modern big brand slogans used in battle, e.g. “Reassuringly expensive!” shout those marching beneath Stella Artois’ illustrious banner.… Keep Reading

The Stage launches its digital archive with Exact Editions

In partnership with The Stage, Exact Editions is delighted to announce the addition of the weekly theatre magazine on its digital platform, that includes back issues spanning two years and comprising of over 70 issues worth of performing arts content.

The Stage is now available on the Exact Editions digital platform

Established in 1880, The Stage is a weekly newspaper committed to covering theatre and the performing arts across the UK and beyond. Each issue features highlights of breaking theatre news, … Keep Reading

Interview with the Librarian – Volume 18

In Volume 18 we speak with Carolyn from Dunedin Public Library in Florida.

You can find Carolyn on Twitter: https://twitter.com/Circ_Nation

Word of the Week

Berserk
Initially used to describe Norse warriors who worked themselves into a frenzy and fought with frightening ferocity. The word berserk has now been tempered to mean losing your temper. It is thought the word derives from the Old Norse berserkr, possibly combining bjorn (bear) and serkr (coat). Another theory suggests it stems from berr ‘bare’ … Keep Reading

The Digital Publishing Gold Rush

I write this post as Exact Editions have added a score of new titles to the platform in the last six months. This acceleration on content acquisition got me thinking about the battle for ‘real estate’ in the digital publishing world. With several established online magazine platforms on the market, it has now become a competition to convince publishers to come aboard. There is a kind of Noah’s Ark situation going on, with magazines scrambling to find a vessel as … Keep Reading

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