Research: Magazines (4)

Posted: March 19, 2013 in Uncategorized

Science & Technology

New Scientist

New Scientist is a weekly non-peer-reviewed English-language international science magazine,[2] founded in 1956 and since 1996 also runs a website, covering recent developments in science and technology for a general audience.

The magazine covers current developments, news, and commentary from the scientific community. It also prints speculative articles, ranging from the technical to the philosophical. There is a readers’ letters section which discusses recent articles, and discussion on the website.

Discover

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Discover is an American science magazine that publishes articles about science for a general audience. The monthly magazine was launched in October 1980 by Time Inc. It was sold to Family Media, the owners of Health, in 1987. The Walt Disney Company bought the magazine when Family Media went out of business in 1991. In October 2005 Discover was sold to two media investment companies. Bob Guccione, Jr., founder of Spin and Gear magazines, served as CEO for the first two years, followed by Henry Donahue. It was sold to Kalmbach Publishing in 2010, and the current editor-in-chief as of December 2012 is Stephen C. George.

Digit

Digit is an Indian monthly technology magazine published by 9.9 Media. According to the Indian Readership Survey (IRS 2011) it has a circulation of about 1,00,000 and a readership of over 2,49,000.[citation needed] The same survey results suggest that it is the most read technology magazine in India,[1] higher than even the combined readership of its peers (e.g., Chip, PC Quest, T3, etc.). It is circulated in India, Nepal, Sri Lanka and some other countries. It was started in 2001 by Jasubhai Digital Media Pvt. Ltd and acquired by 9.9 Media in 2007.[2]

Each issue of Digit includes a magazine, two dual-layer DVDs and a mini-booklet called Fast Track. Fast Track is an in-depth reference guide to any given sub-topic of information technology, such as web publishing and open source software, or a product, such as Photoshop. The detail in the Fast Track series ranges from the beginner to the intermediate and often with references to advanced content.


Connect

Connect Magazine is a monthly technology magazine that’s designed to help everyday people make better technology decisions, make better use of their current technology investments and most importantly, become more comfortable with the technology around them, since it isn’t ever likely to go away.

Film and TV Magazines

The List

The List is an Edinburgh-based fortnightly entertainment event listings magazine first published in 1985. It contains listings, news and reviews of film, music, shopping, books, comedy, clubs, art, sports, LGBT, food & drink in and around Scotland. During the annual Edinburgh Festival The List becomes a weekly publication. It has a cover price of 2.20.

Doctor Who

The Brig is back! Actor Nicholas Courtney, who first appeared in Doctor Who in 1968, is returning as Brigadier Sir Alistair Gordon Lethbridge-Stewart in The Sarah Jane Adventures. DWM caught up with Nick and asked him about his latest call to action So, how does Lethbridge-Stewart pop up in Sarah Jane’s world again?

Inside Soap

INSIDE SOAP MAGAZINE : Britain’s biggest, brightest and best-selling weekly soap magazine. A must-read magazine for soap fans and soap stars alike, Inside Soap’s influence in the soap world is cemented each year with the Inside Soap Awards – a night celebrating the very best in British Soap, where everyone leaves feeling like a winner.

Hello!

The best coverage from the world of glamour including revealing interviews, exclusive photos, in-depth reports, royals insights and much more.

Fashion Magazines

Time Style & Design

The New Generation of Power Brokers: 22 to Watch in Fashion & Beauty” Gemma Ward wears a Giorgio Armani leopard print coat & Bulgari Theme sautoir. Photographed for TIME by Dusan Reljin. Styled by Katie Mossman. Hair by Kevin Ryan for Aveda. Makeup by Mariel Barrera for JOE. Manicure by Connie Kaufman for Louis Licari Salon. Set design by Stockton Hall.

Real Life Weddings

Once again the dedicated Real Life Weddings team has been working its poor wee fingers to the bone (well, almost) and we’ve managed to produce yet another amazingly fabulous and inspiring publication. Even if we do say so ourselves. We have 17 gorgeous stories for you, with everything from a Caribbean themed island wedding to a swanky celebration in Harvey Nics! All the stories are told by our lovely brides and grooms themselves, and believe us they’ve spared none of those all-important details. We also have some excellent competitions and giveaways, including a romantic break at the luxurious Old Course Hotel in St Andrews, not to mention profiles of 50 first class Scottish suppliers. Plus there’s some great advice from Guest Agony Uncles Ant &; Dick… AND celebrity make-up artist Louise Page spills the beans on how you can look like a star on your wedding day.

Mizz

Issue 612 of Mizz Mag is on sale from 30th October and costs 2.10! This month Mizz comes with free purse or badge set! Mizz is the fortnightly glossy lifestyle girls magazine for 10 14 year olds. Its the first stop shop for exclusive celeb interviews and gossip and is packed with unbeatable, affordable fashion, beauty bargains and shopping pages. Featuring fun, accessible articles Mizz includes the reader in the mag as many times as possible. Be it as a model, star interviewer or product tester. It’s her magazine. Every issue of the 68-page magazine is a cool, balanced mix of fun, advice, fashion and celeb that no tweenager in the know should be without.

ASOS Man

ASOSMAN

ASOS.com magazine is a fresh, vibrant and stylish magazine with newsstand values, stunning photography and lively editorial content. Bursting with fashion advice, celebrity interviews, and beauty updates, ASOS.com magazine creates a relationship with the reader that drives them to the website again and again.

Vogue

Vogue is an American fashion and lifestyle magazine that is published monthly in 21 national and regional editions by Condé Nast.

Wildlife Magazines

Natural World

The Wildlife Trusts partnership is the leading conservation charity in the UK. Natural World is their official members’ magazine. It is published three times per year and mailed directly to the homes of over 340,000 wildlife and conservation enthusiasts.

Walk

Ramblers’ Association has been delighted with the way in which Think Publishing has worked with us to make massive improvements to the look, tone and feel of our quarterly membership magazine, walk. Think is very can-do, creative and collaborative and we are enjoying working in partnership with them.” The Ramblers’ Association. Client: The Ramblers’ Association

BBC Wildlife

BBC Wildlife Magazine has the best and most informative writing of any consumer magazine in its field, all illustrated with world-class wildlife photography. With the latest discoveries, views and news on wildlife, conservation and environmental issues, and trusted further-information sources, the magazine is a ‘must read’ for anyone with a passion for the subject. Our aim is to inspire readers with the sheer wonder and beauty of nature and help them understand and appreciate the truly amazing world around them.

Wild Travel

Wild Travel is the UK’s only magazine dedicated exclusively to wildlife travel. Every issue we showcase a selection of the world’s best wildlife watching experiences, plus we have wildlife destination guides, field guides to individual species, wildlife photography workshops, kit reviews, expert travel advice and the latest wildlife and conservation news. Working alongside many of the most respected writers, photographers and tour operators in the business, it’s our mission to show you that you don’t need to be an adrenaline-fuelled adventurer or a member of a wildlife documentary crew to enjoy many of nature’s greatest spectacles first hand.

Throughout each genre and niche area of magazine publication, there is wide variety of creative approaches and subject matter used to create a visual narrative. For many, there is an emphasis towards portraiture, both studio and/or on location depending upon the individual editorial content of the magazine. For me, my personal interests are towards publications using the natural world as a subject; travel, environmental and wildlife. However,  I believe some of the most striking and visually interesting images were motion/action shots used often in sports magazines to reinforce a sense of place and time. With editorial images, there seems to be a great deal of importance in size, format, spacing and overall design, it is important that the images effectively communicate your idea but also work aesthetically alongside other images, design elements or text.

Mojo

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Q

 

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DIVA

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Deep

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Business Traveller

Marie Claire

Country Homes & Interiors

 

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