Who owns Australian Magazines?

Who owns Australian Magazines?

Mercury Capital
The final act came in mid-June, when Bauer sold the magazine group to the Australian private equity group, Mercury Capital, reportedly for between $35 million and $50 million.

What magazines are going out of business?

In a statement, a spokesperson for Dotdash Meredith confirmed that the publishing giant will no longer print magazines for EatingWell, Entertainment Weekly, Health, InStyle, Parents, and People en Español and will lay off about 200 people, which is less than 5% of its workforce.

What magazines are no longer published?

Some other publications recently no longer in print include: O magazine, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Popular Science, Shape, Air & Space Smithsonian, and ARTnews.

Are magazines still being printed?

While it is true that some print media numbers have been down in recent years, there is no reason to panic; print is definitely not dead or even dying. There are many reasons why print is still alive and won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.

Did Marie Claire magazine go out of business?

Women’s magazine Marie Claire is ending its US print edition after 27 years, The Post has learned. The magazine, which was sold by Hearst to British publisher Future Media in May, quietly informed its subscribers via a letter that its Summer 2021 issue would be its last.

Who funds the media in NZ?

When it started in 2019 it was funded by New Zealand On Air. Now its funding has moved to the Public Interest Journalism Fund – which is administered by NZ On Air. That’s the fund that people who think the media is in bed with the government like to sarcastically call “the team of $55million”.

Does anyone still buy magazines?

Yes, people still read magazines in 2020. But research shows a decline in readership for the first time since 2012. Sales of print publications, including magazines, have also plummeted from 46 billion U.S. dollars to an estimated 28 billion.

What company owns Marie Claire?

Future plc
Marie Claire

Lauren Conrad on the July 2013 cover
Circulation 411,149 (France) 227,729 (UK)
Publisher Groupe Marie Claire (France) Editorial Perfil (Argentina) Are Media (Australia) Fashion Group (Mexico) Future plc (UK) Future US (U.S.)
First issue 5 March 1937
Country France / UK (published in 35 countries)

Was Marie Claire a real person?

Marie-Claire Heureuse Félicité (1758–1858), Empress of Haiti. Marie-Claire Kirkland (1924–2016), judge and politician. Marie-Claire Restoux (born 1968), judoka. the nom de guerre of Mary Lindell, Comtesse de Milleville, a prominent resistance agent in Nazi-occupied France.