Looking for sponsors?
         
Then you really need to push the button ...   
  
   Latest opportunities
   Latest UK sponsorship news
Bookmark and Share
Advertisement: www.foxmedia.co.uk

Union Jack   The UK Sponsorship Database
The premier online database of UK sponsorship opportunities

For information about obtaining listings on the site or placing banner advertisements,
see contact information in our contact page or submit listing info.
now via response form.

 

Category: MEDIA

<< Home  << Media home page
            Cinema           New Media           Newspapers             Posters             Radio             Television             Video           Other       Contact us

 

MAGAZINES
     
 
Ref. no.
Description/contact info.
Expires
    MPM/PL001    
125 MAGAZINE
125 magazine is an independently published 300 page bi-annual photography publication which acts as a showcase for new work and ideas from a cross section of emerging and established artists that it is not possible to produce in more conventional publications. Since its creation in 2003, the magazine has published photography and illustration by over two hundred contributors - and staged exhibitions in London, New York and Tokyo, with other European cities upcoming. The magazine's staff work tirelessly to maintain the publication's long-established ethos of ideas, individuality and independence in a market which is increasingly generic and they are looking for like-minded businesses interested in an association with 125 as a sponsor and partner in the many events, books and other projects which they are constantly working on. Contact: Perry Curties. Address: 5 Calvert Avenue, London E2 7JP. Tel.:+44 (0)20 7613 2015. E-mail:
perry@125magazine.com.
link to website

 

Ongoing
MPM/PL002
1883 MAGAZINE
"1883 Magazine celebrates all that is new and exciting in the world of fashion, music, film and the arts. We show you who and what is new and who to watch out for in the future! Born in West London in 2010, 1883 is an independently produced lifestyle biannual and online platform that showcases and promotes the most innovative new talent around. What began as a small fashion publication centred in-and-around London, has now evolved into an internationally distributed magazine that not only looks at fashion, but also delves into the worlds of music, film and the arts. This is the magazine where future talents reveal their thoughts, challenges and industry secrets. This is the magazine which captures the household names of tomorrow. 1883 Magazine's aim is to showcase and promote the most innovative new talent around. We provide the reader a rare opportunity to learn the reality behind the fantasy of inspiring images. Our philosophy is to portray this new talent in a professional way that can compete on an equal level with established talent showcased in other major fashion publications. 1883 does this via the use of top class imagery and editorials that are both stylishly laid out and printed on high quality, heavy weight gloss paper. 1883 Digital is a constant source of information on the hottest new talent in fashion, music, film and the arts. Our online site also encompasses 1883 TV, which streamlines interviews and creative videos for rapid consumption and 1883 Blog, which provides information in a more visual format. 1883 Digital holds regular competitions to engage the reader. 1883 has a small yet determined team, who work together persistently to promote and grow the brand. We are on the lookout for sponsors and collaborative partners who can identify with 1883's philosophy and would like to be associated with the brand". Contact: Alicia Tomlinson, Editor in Chief. Address: 6 Auriol Road, West Kensington, London W14 0SR. Tel.: 0044 77 80 99 55 09. E-mail:
alicia.tomlinson@1883magazine.com.
link to website

Ongoing
    MPM/PL003     THE BIG ISSUE IN SCOTLAND

With its unique distribution, The Big Issue in Scotland's boast is that no other Scottish magazine can compete with it geographically. With a circulation of 33,755 and a weekly average issue readership of 177,000, its award-winning, hard-hitting journalism targets readers who are young, affluent, urban and socially aware. Why sponsorship? There is no better way of optimising brand awareness, they say, and bringing a company to the forefront of consumers’ minds. Permanent platforms in the magazine such as Big Week, Crossword, Your Issues, Txt Ur Views, International Global Update and Vendor of the Week can provide sponsors with flexible, cost-effective and highly-targeted access to the publication's readership. Package costs: 12 months £9,000; 6 months £5,000; 3 months £3,000. Bonus: banner on the publication's website; magazine subscription during sponsorship period; promotional activity on Big Screen in Glasgow – seen by 1.2 million every week. * Please note that the above rates do not include Big Week (prices available on request: check for latest updates). Contact: Karyn Stewart, Advertising Manager. Address: 71 Oxford Street, Glasgow G5 9EP. Tel.: 0141 418 7000. Fax: 0141 418 7060. E-mail:
k.stewart@bigissuescotland.com.
link to website

 

Ongoing
MPM/PL004
BOYS BY GIRLS
Launched in 2011, Boys by Girls is a collaborative project showcasing how female artists view and capture the male, presented in beautiful images online and in print. Boys by Girls celebrates the beauty of the male through exclusive photographic editorials, features, model profiles and model stories, and is aimed at anyone passionate about the male, menswear, models, photography and male beauty. Ever since its establishment, Boys by Girls not only showcases beautiful images by well-established female photographers, but also features work of young photographers, stylists and fashion writers, offering female talents opportunities to be noticed in the fashion world. It is the first publication to focus on the male exclusively in the perspective of the female. "Our content explores fashion and photography in a more intimate form, also revealing models' characters and personalities - an aspect which is often lost in the fashion photography. With our unique perspective and concept, Boys by Girls has already gained a wide audience online and we have recently (December 2012) released our fourth bookazine and first newsstand issue, which is being distributed globally by Pineapple Media Ltd and hit retailers such as Selfridges and Harrods in London, etc. Each issue has its own theme and central story which is then explored through editorials, portraiture, fashion, interviews and articles involving the boys, their interests, experiences, life and loves. The fourth issue, A Place Called Youth, explores the magic of youth, innocence and the mysterious transition between a boy and a man. Since its start the project has steadily been expanding on a daily basis and is now looking for sponsors and advertising partners to help continue to build the brand". Contact: Cecilie Harris, Editor-In-Chief. E-mail:
cecilie@boysbygirls.co.uk.
link to website

 

Ongoing
    MPM/PL005    
DEBATABLE (UK Youth Parliament)
Debatable is a current affairs magazine for young people, co-ordinated by the UK Youth Parliament. The magazine is read by socially aware and active young people, youth workers, government ministers, MPs, civil servants and third sector workers. The magazine is a mixture of news and debate about topical issues, plus interviews and opportunities. Debatable offers access to a passionate, vocal and pro-active audience. Those who read Debatable enjoy debate, but also taking action to improve the world in which we live. In a supposedly apathetic society, Debatable provide advertisers with an affordable opportunity to reach people who really do want to make a difference. There are four issues of Debatable per year. Each issue of the magazine has a print run of 2,000 and is downloaded over 5,000 times from the UK Youth Parliament website.     Sponsorship opportunity: for a modest investment - to cover the printing costs - the sponsor will get their logo on the front cover of the magazine, a full page advert on the back page of the magazine, a side column advert on an HTML email (sent to 5,000+ contacts) and links on the UK Youth Parliament website (front page and Debatable section). They will also be invited to run a fringe meeting of their choice at UK Youth Parliament's Annual Sitting free of charge - this usually costs £3,000. Contact: Tom Lodziak, Web and Information Officer. Address: UK Youth Parliament, 15 Clerkenwell Green, London, EC1R 0DP. Tel.: 020 7553 9893. E-mail:
tom.lodziak@ukyouthparliament.org.uk .
link to website

 

Ongoing
MPM/PL006
DORSET FOOD, DRINK & FARMING AWARDS (DORSET MAGAZINE)
Dorset Magazine has been running the Dorset Food, Drink & Farming Awards since 2013. "This glamorous event celebrates all that is good about our food producers, hoteliers, restaurateurs and most importantly farmers, with awards voted for by our knowledgeable readership. The awards are launched in Dorset Magazine and promoted to local media and on Dorset Magazine's social media pages. Once the closing date for nominations has passed, all categories are shortlisted by our panel of judges and three finalists are selected in each category. The finalists are notified and undergo 'mystery shopper' judging. All category sponsors has the opportunity to be involved with this. Each finalist and sponsor is invited to join VIP guests and local food industry experts at the black tie evening awards ceremony which will be held at an exclusive Dorset venue. The winners are announced during an awards ceremony, after a delicious three course, locally-sourced meal. We have various sponsorship opportunities available for this event - please view the media pack detailing these by clicking on the download button below. Please don't hesitate to contact me if you have any further queries. I look forward to hearing from you". Updated details are available on request and also via the magazine's Twitter page (see link below). Contact: Ceri McQueen. Tel.: 07725 829 578. E-mail:
ceri.mcqueen@archant.co.uk
link to website


https://twitter.com/LifeFoodAwards


Download more info.!   Click button to download more information from the Dorset Food & Farming Awards 2013 (pdf format)

 

Ongoing
    MPM/PL007    
FAMILY OFFICE ELITE MAGAZINE
International wealth publication Family Office Elite Magazine has a number of sponsorship opportunities available. "Family Office Elite (FOE) is a well-designed premium quality magazine that is the premier gateway for an exclusive high-grade readership from all disciplines of the global family office community. These include family office members, family office administrators, ultra high net worth individuals, private banking professionals, wealth management professionals, hedge fund managers, philanthropists and private investors. Family Office Elite sponsorship opportunities present an excellent opportunity to access our ultra-wealthy and affluent audience. Please visit the FOE website to view a number of complimentary issues of our magazine that can be downloaded as a PDF or view online at
www.familyofficeelite.com". Contact: Toni Muricu. Address: FOE Limited, 27 Old Gloucester Street, London WC1N 3AX. Tel.: +44 (0) 20 7193-8870. E-mail: info@familyofficeelite.com.
link to website

Sponsorship opportunities include

    Sponsor an ultra-wealthy Family Office Event in London
    Sponsor an Art Investment conference for the ultra-wealthy
    Sponsor Family Office Elite Magazine at international wealth and finance events.

https://twitter.com/familyofficemag

 
 

Ongoing
    MPM/PL008    
UNIVERSAL FILM MAGAZINE
Universal Film Magazine is a free film and festival magazine going out to over 1.6 million worldwide as a free publication. The magazine is free to all and is filled with exciting and gritty content from all over the world. It covers topics from established industry professionals about film news and reviews, film finance, film festivals, industry news, reviews, swashbuckling for the silver screen, cinematography, director training, film schools, projects in development and filmmaking issues. The magazine has a clear competitive advantage over many other publications of its kind. It is totally free to all. "We are seeking sponsors for the magazine and in return offer free advertising and/or an editorial". Contact: Dom Murphy. Address: 223 Regents Street, W1B 2QD. Tel.: 0207 193 8870. E-mail:
editor@ufmag.org.
link to website

 

Ongoing
    MPM/PL009    
YORKSHIRE WOMEN'S LIFE MAGAZINE
Yorkshire Women's Life Magazine is an award-winning handbag sized title read by predominantly high income female readers. The title includes subscribers both in the UK and overseas, ensuring the sponsor's product is placed in front of their ideal customer. The magazine offers opportunities to sponsor features, advertorials and banners on the publication's website. Contact: Anna Jenkins. Address: Yorkshire Women's Life Magazine, PO Box 113, Leeds LS8 2WX. E-mail: ywladvertising@btinternet.com.
link to website

 

Ongoing
 

Ref. no.
Description/contact info.
Expires
    MPM/001     CASPIAN PUBLISHING
Caspian Publishing, specialists in business communication, can offer sponsors a wide variety of ways of working in partnership with 'the voice of British business', the Confederation of British Industry (CBI). There are opportunities available in connection with books and guides, hospitality events, conferences and awards, as well as the range of magazines which they publish (see details below). Contact: Marie-Elza Henderson, Special Projects Manager. Address: Caspian Publishing Ltd., Millbank Tower, Millbank, London SW1P 4QP. Tel.: 0207 823 0733. E-mail: mh1@caspianpublishing.co.uk.
link to website

Current opportunities

Real Business magazine, 'the voice of entrepreneurial Britain', has a monthly circulation of 42,000 directors of growing companies employing 10-500 people;
Business Voice magazine is the official monthly magazine of the CBI boasting a circulation of some 30,000;
Real Deals claims a position as the most widely-read magazine for the UK venture capital market.

 

Ongoing
    MPM/002     DEBENHAMS MAGAZINE
Opportunities include sponsored features, supplements and advertorials. Contact: Paula Cain. Address: John Brown Contract Publishing Ltd., The New Boathouse, 136-142 Bramley Road, London W10 6SR. Tel.: 020-7565-3000. Fax: 020-7565-3060. E-mail: info@johnbrown.co.uk.
link to website

 

Ongoing
    MPM/003     FREE FEATURES
Free Features is an innovative service providing editorial features to the UK press, free of charge, on a number of different subjects relevant to brand advertisers. Each feature section on the website (www.freefeatures.co.uk) is sponsored by a relevant brand and the "deal" for getting the material "free" involves the publications agreeing to use the sponsors' branding material as part of the feature page. The website is now seeking sponsors for each section - covering areas such as food, drink, leisure, gardening, entertainment, travel, children, public information, business, environment, health, beauty, etc. The potential coverage for each area is massive, say the company - and hits a previously untapped market throughout the UK and Ireland in an easily managed facility. Sponsors are also supported with a press liaison team who work pro-actively to ensure the most is made of any editorial opportunity. The website has a full reporting system, so sponsors can see which publications have downloaded which features, and when. Free Features can be accessed by any bona fide English language publication and therefore boasts an incredible reach, beyond anything that can be offered by any other medium. Contact: Janet Kelly, Managing Editor. Address: 5 Manor Close, Warlingham CR6 9SF. Tel.: 01883 624777. E-mail: janet@freefeatures.co.uk.
link to website

 

Ongoing
    MPM/005     IPC INSPIRE
IPC Inspire is IPC's men's division. It has a portfolio of over fifty-five brands organised around two core audience groups: Mass Market Men & Music – including iconic names like NME and Nuts; and Sport & Leisure – including famous brands from Country Life and Decanter, to Rugby World and Horse & Hound. Address: IPC Connect/tx Solutions, 4th Floor Low Rise, King's Reach Tower, Stamford Street, London SE1 9LS. Tel.: 020 3148 3734. E-mail: lisa_batty@ipcmedia.com.
http://www.ipcadvertising.com/contact-ipc-advertising/2009/feb/04/ipc-connect

 

Ongoing
     MPM/006     TIME OUT
A range of sponsorship opportunities is available. Contact: Mark Phillips, Sales Director and Sponsorship, Time Out Guides, Universal House, 251 Tottenham Court Road, London W1P 0AB. Tel.: 020-7813-6021. Fax: 020-7813-6100. E-mail: markphillips@timeout.com.
link to web site

 

Ongoing
 
Home page  Arts  Cause-related  Education  Media  Sport
  Other