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Publisher 1-On-1: Immediate Media

Hello and happy Thursday! Here at Exact Editions, we love nothing more than burrowing into magazine publisher’s minds, discovering more about the intricacies of their role, their predictions for the industry’s future and what makes them tick.

This week, it’s the turn of Mark Summerton, Publisher of Apps & Digital Editions at Immediate Media. The award-winning special interest content and platform company is one of the biggest consumer media businesses in the UK, providing world-class content and an innovative culture.… Keep Reading

A Closer Look at The Stage

Background

Established in 1880, The Stage is a weekly newspaper committed to covering theatre and the performing arts across the UK and beyond. The magazine joined the Exact Editions platform in early 2019, launching with a modern archive stretching back to January 2018.

With an established international readership, The Stage publishes all the latest theatre news, reviews, opinions and features. From 2010 the title has also hosted The Stage Awards which are given to recognise organisations and individuals for their … Keep Reading

Cornucopia is now live on the Exact Editions platform

Now available for institutions and individuals, the new digital archive of Cornucopia offers a modern archive consisting of fifteen vast and informative back issues going back to 2011. 

Cornucopia is now available on the Exact Editions digital platform

Beautiful enough to be a coffee-table book, authoritative enough to satisfy scholars, and always a treat to read, for almost three decades Cornucopia has been the magazine for connoisseurs of Turkey — and for anyone who would like to delve deeper into the … Keep Reading

The Ebony Archive

 

Ebony with its sister publication Jet were the pre-eminent popular magazines of American black culture. They were founded and owned by the Johnson Publishing company of Chicago but in recent years have foundered with falling circulation and a difficulty in transitioning to a digital or multi-media strategy. The Johnson Publishing company filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in April and put all its assets up for sale.

The good-news side of this sad story is that among the assets was … Keep Reading

Publisher 1-On-1: The Poetry Society

It’s that time again; time to grill one of our prized publishers about everything magazine-related.

Today it’s the turn of Mike Sims from The Poetry Society, publishers of The Poetry Review. The quarterly has been home to the best contemporary poetry and writing about poetry since 1912, featuring work by internationally renowned and emerging poets, both Nobel Prize winners and newcomers.

For all the latest news, you can follow Mike (@abosimian) and The Poetry Society (@PoetrySociety) on … Keep Reading

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