Research: Magazines (2)

Posted: March 19, 2013 in Uncategorized

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Sports –

All Out Cricket

All Out Cricket magazine (AOC) is a contemporary lifestyle publication that gets closer to the stars of the game than any other cricket title on the market Recently, exclusive features have included Viv Richards, Andrew Flintoff, Shane Warne, Michael Vaughan, Ian Botham and many more AOC’s young, lively approach to cricket is imbued with humour and irreverence, presenting a markedly less formal style than other cricket and sporting publications

Pony –

PONY Magazine uniquely caters for both the owner-rider, and riders whose only contact with ponies may be a weekly lesson at a riding school. Even youngsters who have little or no contact with ponies at all will feel a valued part of PONY Magazine. Quizzes and puzzles, pull-out, pin-up posters and things to make complement the instructional and interactive pages, and celebrity riders give top tips, too. Top show jumper Ellen Whitaker writes exclusively for readers in every issue, and there are always exciting competitions where readers can win items and clothing from top equestrian brands, days out at shows and events and the opportunity to meet celebrity riders. PONY Magazine is a one-stop pony fest for anyone mad about ponies. It’s the magazine ponies want their owners to read and remains the UK’s No.1 horsy teen mag!

Golf International –

At the top of his game The Gi Interview: Richard Simmons tees up the questions for the man many regard as the worlds all-time No.1 coach, David Leadbetter. Beaten at our own game Europe’s recent domination of the Ryder Cup came to an abrupt end atValhalla, as the American’s finally decided they didn’t like losing anymore. Andy Farrell, Paul Mahoney, Robert Green, John Huggan and Jeremy Chapman give their assessment on how and why. Lofty ambitions – Traditionally over-shadowed by drivers, putters and hybrids, the humble wedge is back in the spotlight thanks to a full range of technical and performance reasons. Equipment editor Dominic Pedler reports from the sharp end. So you want to be more consistant – Gi coach Andrew Hall prepares the tee for a comprehensive lesson on how to straighten out your ball flight. Find out how his advice can benefit your game.

English Club Golfer –

English Club Golfer was launched by PSP Publishing at the start of 2005 on the back of the success of its Scottish equivalent, Scottish Club Golfer. It is published six times per year and is distributed free-of-charge to golf clubs the length and breadth of England, making it the most widely-read newspaper for amateur golf in the country. It is also endorsed by the English Golf Union and has become renowned for its superb and diverse content, its dedicated team of writers covering everything from the biggest national and international competitions, right down to individual club events. As well as this, its dedicated sections for instruction and holiday golf, not to mention its superb competitions, make it the a real must read for all English golfers

The Players Club –

The Players Club a magazine by and for professional athletes launched in partnership with New York Mets and Philadelphia Phillies All-Star outfielder Lenny Dykstra. The Players Club will be focused on providing athletes with the resources to make well-informed financial and lifestyle decisions.

Ten Goal –

We are delighted to be able to introduce TenGoal, a new bi-annual polo lifestyle magazine. The magazine was launched March 2007 and is a fresh and dynamic publication which meets the growing interest in the sport of polo and the polo lifestyle. The Guard’s polo club is fortunate to have amongst its many members society figures, famous personalities, senior corporate executives and the patronage of the royal family. The distinctive look and style has given it specific appeal to a readership dominated by the young and fashionable polo followers of today.

Yachting Life –

Sailing is a growing sport and Yachting Life is the serious sailing magazine covering the whole of Scotland. It’s no lie to say that YL has something for everyone each month. whether it’s boat tests, show reports or dealing with local issues at club level or reporting on local heroes on the race circuit, THE sailing magazine in the north covers it in depth. TEN Yachting Life correspondents seek out all the local news for monthly publication. That’s why YL is the real heart of sailing in the north. Web site, http://www.yachtinglife.co.uk

Surf Europe –

The only pan european surf magazine, featuring the world’s top photographers, writers and contributors. Eight issues published each year, monthly during the northern hemisphere summer, (titled sufing europe in germany), published in english, french, german, spanish and portuguese.

Dirt –

Now ten years old, dirt continues to feature work from europ’s top mountainbike journalists and photographers. Dirt is a magazine for the mountainbiker who knows the score. Misxing the best downhill and 4x racing in the world. Published monthly as well as plus dirt 100, the annual special focusing on the top mountain bike products for the year.

Moto –

Moto is  he magazine for the motocross purist. Focused entirely on racing and associated lifestyle. With breathtaking photography and passionate editorial, Moto has paved the way for how motocross should be documented.

British Tennis –

The official magazine of the LTA, published 11 times a year. British Tennis delivers all the news and information about the domestic game; from interviews with key personnel and young upcoming players to reporting British results from key challenger and satellite level events around the world; British player ratings and rankings and a focus on key developments currently happening in the transformation of tennis in Britain are at the heart of the magazine. We work closely with the LTA Communications team to produce this A5 format magazine.

Match!

MATCH! is the number one youth football brand – including the UK’s best selling football magazine. It is the ultimate football fix, bringing its audience closer to their football heroes. MATCH! magazine features the biggest stars, the best interviews, and the latest football news every week. Online, http://www.matchmag.co.uk is the daily interactive footy fix that brings the MATCH! brand to life, offering the latest news, games, movies, message boards, and the MATCH! fantasy league.

Home Improvement Magazines-

Your Home

Your Home delivers great value, easy to understand, inspiration for home decorating and improvements for every room in the house, in a contemporary and upbeat magazine. Refreshing editorial brings out the decorator in everyone, inspiring confidence and trust by showing how to make the most of their space.

Creative features on instant revamps and quick fixes sit alongside complete room makeovers and expert home improvement advice to arm readers with all they need to know to give their homes a fresh new look.

Your Home, every month, guides the reader step-by-step through a selection of quick and simple projects that not only look great but really work; from what it will cost to how long it will take and how you can do it. It also provides an invaluable source of information on what to look for when you buy and how to achieve designer looks within a realistic budget.

Homebase Ideas

Homebase Ideas is the official magazine of the Homebase retail group and is the only home interest magazine where the ideas can be achieved ‘right here, right now’.

Self Builder and Homemaker

Selfbuilder & Homemaker is published monthly and mailed to a controlled ABC audited circulation of approximately 10,000. Our circulation guarantees coverage of individuals involved in selfbuild and major renovation projects throughout the UK. More and more individuals are now involved within selfbuild projects. Selfbuilder & Homemaker fulfils their need to be regularly informed and updated with new products, procedures and legislation. ABC (audit bureau of circulations) independently verifies and audits both the number of magazines distributed and confirms the status of our readership.

 

 

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