Magazine Publishing Companies

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Magazine Publishing Companies by Mind Map: Magazine Publishing Companies

1. Conde Nast Publications

1.1. Vogue, Glamour, GQ, Traveller, Tatler, House and Garden, Brides, GQ Style, The World of Interiors, Vanity Fair, Johansens, Contract publishing, Wired, Love, College of Fashion and design

1.2. Conde Nast magazines were nominated 21 times in the 2014 National magazine awards for 13 different awards.

1.3. It was founded in 1909 in NYC by Charles H. Townsend and has over 164 million consumers

2. Time Inc

2.1. Reaching over 130 million people every month on multiple platforms making them one of the largest branding media companies.

2.2. It is associated with Time Warner and has a simple title “Time.” It was founded in 1922 in NYC, has over 50 global offices and publishes over 90 magazines.

2.3. “Nearly half U.S. adults engage with a Time Inc. brand each month”

3. Bauer

3.1. Music magazines produced by Bauer include: Q, the biggest selling monthly magazine; Kerrang!, the world’s biggest selling weekly magazine and Mojo the world’s biggest UK magazine.

3.2. They also produce magazines for people passionate about their hobbies: Today’s Golfer, Angling Times, Digital Photo, Classic Cars, Golf World,

3.3. Bauer is Europe’s biggest privately owned publishing group

3.4. Since Bauer went public in 2011 on the TSX, its shares have doubled from $7.50 to a recent high of $15.

4. Future Media

4.1. Media Plc publishes over 30 magazine covering different fields such as video games, technology, films, sports and photography.

4.2. Founded in 1985 in Somerset, UK, Future plc is a relatively young company.

4.3. The founder of the company sold it to Pearson PLC in 1994 for £52.7 million but bought it back in 1998 for £142 million.

4.4. In 2009 they suffered a 61% fall in profits, £9.5 million to £3.7 million.

5. Emap

5.1. They are a private company founded in 1947 in London, UK.

5.2. They sell over 20 magazines including topics such as retail; engineering; health, government and environment and architecture

5.3. Their operating income is around £223 million and in 2006 they made around £1.154 billion in revenue.