Browsing: Tangible

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Ruggers rejoice as NZ Rugby World takes top magazine honours
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John Baker

If our office is any guide, there are plenty of bleary-eyed, slow-moving, grease-craving media folk today following the mid-winter Christmas party that is the Magazine Awards last night at the Pullman. And, after 56 awards across 14 categories were handed out, it was a night for the ruggers to celebrate, with Tangible Media’s NZ Rugby World taking home the top two awards of the night, supreme editor of the year for Gregor Paul and supreme magazine of the year.

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UPDATED – Groove Guide calls for last drinks?
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More music media closures? Maybe not. After announcing yesterday that Groove Guide is producing its last issue, it appears several life lines have been tossed towards Tangible Media.

Publisher Vincent Heeringa is tightlipped about who and what and where.

“The announcement has flushed out a number of potential partners and …

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Awkward formal handshakes ensue…
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…as Image Centre Group fills up some space with a few newbies, The Research Agency appoints an associate director direct from London, Pead PR prints out four new swipe cards, Interbrand adds an exotic foreigner to the mix and Spark PR & Activate wins the Dermalogica account. 

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Latest figures show Kiwi mags holding on—and, in some cases, booming
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The launch of the iPad and the expected ‘tablet revolution’ has put some wind in the sails of publishers who have been beaten down by the internet. But as everyone goes gaga over the new technology, it’s easy to forget that good old-fashioned paper-based magazines are still putting up a very good fight, with the most obvious trend from Nielsen’s latest readership figures and Audit Bureau of Circulation numbers being that Kiwi consumers are still willing to pay for good-quality specialist magazines.

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Tangible gets its hands dirty with launch of PGG Wrightson’s new bucolic bible
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Primary magazine mock-up

The choppy seas of consumer publishing have been well-documented over the past few years. But one of the print sector’s major growth areas is in the field of customer publishing and Tangible Media has just added another title to its growing corporate flock with the launch of Primary magazine, an all-new agricultural business publication that will be distributed to 15,000 high-value customers of PGG Wrightson.

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Gobs smacked as Tangible Media offers festive subscription deal
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Nothing says Christmas like a magazine subscription (especially if it’s a subscription to Christmas Monthly). And Tangible Media is offering you, the people, a deal. Not only will you be remembered all year for your thoughtfulness and generosity, you’ll also get 40 percent off the retail cover price when you subscribe to one (or perhaps a few) of the many Tangible titles before Saturday 4 December. And as if that deal wasn’t sweet enough, it’s been sweetened even further by Monteith’s, which will be dishing out one dozen of its new premium drop Single Source to ten lucky subscribers.