People is an American weekly magazine of celebrity and human-interest stories , published by Meredith Corporation. People ' s website, People. The magazine's headquarters are in New York, and it maintains editorial bureaus in Los Angeles and in London. For economic reasons, it closed bureaus in Austin , Miami , and Chicago in
This is a fold out type magazine from July , published in Birmingham through the fan club. It has some photos and updates from the band during this time. Fast Foreward: The Power Station. Filter Unbound - issue 7. New Sounds New Styles - Spring New Sounds New Styles - early s. USA 10" x 12" page magazine with a full colour cover shot of Simon, Nick and John, plus an illustrated 4-page interview inside.
Magazines for teenagers - like the word teenage itself - are an invention of the s and early s. Honey under Audrey Slaughter is regarded as the title that set the trend in the UK, along with its younger spin-offs such as Petticoat. Teen magazines became a big-selling sector - Emap's Smash Hits sold , copies a week in the mids - but changes in demographics in , the number of 17 to year-olds was forecast to fall from 7m to 6m by and the way teenagers spend their money even though they had more cash led to casualties because titles faced competition from the web, computer games, mobile phones and social media. The number of teen magazines with ABC sales figures give a measure of the decline:. Yet there was hope!
Mary Glasgow Magazines are a specialist language publisher based in central London. Mary Glasgow is the name of a teacher. On January 1st , she established the publishing company now known as Mary Glasgow Magazines. Mary started her career as a French teacher in the s, and subsequently became a school inspector. Frustrated by the lack of enthusiasm shown by teenage pupils, and by what she felt was the limited appeal of the French textbooks, Mary decided to publish her own series of French magazines.