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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Invisible Journalists
Authors: McKay, Jennifer May
Contact Email: jenny.mckay@sunderland.ac.uk
Keywords: Journalism
Magazines
Periodical
Publishing
Training
Issue Date: 2004
Publisher: Association for Media Education in Scotland (AMES)
Citation: McKay JM (2004) Invisible Journalists, Media Education Journal, 36, pp. 13-15.
Abstract: First paragraph: If you go into a newsagent to buy a magazine you’re likely to find around 450 titles to choose from. If you shop at one of the bigger supermarkets there might even be as many as 800. Yet this still represents only a small selection of the total number of magazines published in the UK. That figure is about 8,500 and can’t be precise because every year another 500 or so titles are launched. Some disappear too but the fact is that the UK has a large and lively periodicals industry publishing a huge range of titles to expanding audiences at home and abroad. These audiences tend to trust what they read in their magazines more than they trust their newspapers. Millions of magazines are sold weekly and almost everyone reads or buys one, or more likely several, at least on an occasional ba
Type: Journal Article
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1893/1928
URL: http://www.mediaedscotland.org.uk/journals.html
Rights: Copyright Jenny McKay; Published in Media Education Journal. Copyright: Association for Media Education in Scotland (AMES). The publisher has granted permission for use of this article in this Repository. The article was first published in Media Education Journal by the Association for Media Education in Scotland (AMES).
Affiliation: Communications, Media and Culture

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