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Felix Dennis

The Independent has a fascinating interview with Felix Dennis.

The magazine industry has its fair share of eccentrics and larger-than-life characters. Mr Dennis is one of the largest and liveliest. One would not want to bet against him (though he admits in the interview to some hilarious and disastrous mistakes). One of his claims caught our eye:

“This is going to be a huge thing for us, the most money we’ve ever spent on a website,” he (Felix) says. … Keep Reading

Thelondonpaper

Thelondonpaper has now gone live through our platform to provide online access to the current issue of London’s latest daily paper.

We look forward to finding out more about the usefulness of providing access to a free newspaper; now available on the web as well as in the tube and handed out on the street.

The newspaper can be browsed, read and searched if you click on the link here

Each day the new issue will be posted as the … Keep Reading

Shattered

Our latest title is Shattered — which carries the subtitle ‘breaking the glass ceiling’. It joined our ‘shop’ today. The magazine is the brain child of a transatlantic team based in New York and London and is recently launched. They are now on their second issue. So this our latest but also our newest title (The Spectator — founded nearly 300 years ago — is our oldest).

The launch and trial issue available in our shop has a fascinating articleKeep Reading

Free Newspapers

The Exact Editions platform was designed for use with digital magazines. But there is really no reason why it should not also be used with newsprint. So we have been running trials with a few of the new free newspapers that appear to be mushrooming in the European market. I have also been taking a personal interest in the phenomenon. Six weeks ago I relocated to Florence — which will become my permanent base — with regular visits to London. … Keep Reading

Pro Bono

Earlier this week we delivered the pilot issue of a new newspaper for the youth of Rwanda. This has been conceived by the group Never Again International. They have produced the pilot to test the market and to help them raise funds for printing regular issues in the Great Lakes region of Africa:

http://www.neveragaininternational.org/

Clicking on the ‘risingvoices’ logo takes you to their pilot project.

The publication includes a review of the autobiography of the brave and heroic Canadian soldier, … Keep Reading

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