TITLE

How Music Magazines Are Changing To Stay Alive

AUTHOR(S)
ASWAD, JEM
PUB. DATE
July 2015
SOURCE
Billboard;7/25/2015, Vol. 127 Issue 21, p14
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article looks into how music magazines are changing to survive in the music media industry. It announces the distribution of the print edition of the British music paper of record "New Musical Express" at train stations and campuses for free as a counterintuitive approach of publisher Time Inc. Also reported are the regeneration of the audience of "Alternative Press" and the publication of "Pitchfork Review" by independent tastemaker web site Pitchfork.
ACCESSION #
108672161

 

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