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Meet the upstart publishers taking a chance on print

ft.com – Thursday September 13, 2018

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Walk into the newsagent in London’s upmarket Selfridges department store or the bookshop at the Tate Modern art gallery, and you will find row after row of independent consumer magazines, often with hefty cover prices. As traditional print magazines battle with declining advertising revenues and struggle with the rise of digital publishing, a shift is happening in the niche independent publishing sector. From The Gourmand, a journal about food and culture, to The Jackal, a men’s luxury lifestyle magazine, a raft of start-ups are venturing into print.

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