Tuesday, July 07, 2015

Freedom of the press

The fact that it's becoming a free paper doesn't necessarily spell the end for NME (the publishers certainly don't think so, given they're planning to increase the print run to 300,000 for a magazine that currently sells a pitiful 15,000 copies a week). But the revelation that it's going to attempt to diversify and start covering "film, fashion, TV, politics and gaming" could be a different matter. After all, remind me how that worked out for HMV again?

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