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What is the NME?

Founded as a newspaper in 1952, with the publication being referred to as a rock inkie, the NME would become a magazine that ended up as a free publication, before becoming an online brand which includes its website and radio stations.

Who is the editor of NME?

NME was acquired in 2019 by Singaporean music company BandLab Technologies. NME s headquarters are in Southwark, London, England. The brands most recent editor is Charlotte Gunn, replacing Mike Williams, who stepped down in February 2018.

What are NME Originals?

The magazine special editions were called NME Originals, with some featuring articles from other music titles owned by IPC, including Melody Maker, Rave and Uncut magazines.

What is the history of NME?

It started as a music newspaper, and gradually moved toward a magazine format during the 1980s and 1990s, changing from newsprint in 1998. The magazines website NME.com was launched in 1996, and became the worlds biggest standalone music site, with over sixteen million users per month.

What are the NME Awards?

NME Awards is an awards show held every year to celebrate the best new music of the past year. The nominations and eventual winners are voted for by the readers of the magazine. NME sponsors a tour of the United Kingdom by up-and-coming bands each year.

Is NME going out of business?

Iconic music magazine NME announced today it is closing its print edition after 66 years. After nearly seven decades, publisher Time Inc. UK is closing the doors on the magazine, which has seen world’s top music stars grace its cover. Its final editor is Mike Williams, who has lead the magazine since 2012.

Who is the editor of NME Originals?

The series has had several editors, the most prominent of whom have been Steve Sutherland and Chris Hunt. The most recent issue of NME Originals was published in 2005. ^ ABC Certificates and Reports: New Musical Express (PDF).

When did the NME start publishing special editions?

In 2002, the NME started publishing a series of themed magazines reprinting vintage articles, interviews and reviews from its archives. The magazine special editions were called NME Originals, with some featuring articles from other music titles owned by IPC, including Melody Maker, Rave and Uncut magazines.

What is the history of NME?

It started as a music newspaper, and gradually moved toward a magazine format during the 1980s and 1990s, changing from newsprint in 1998. The magazines website NME.com was launched in 1996, and became the worlds biggest standalone music site, with over sixteen million users per month.

When did the NME first appear on the cover?

The NME circulation peaked under Andy Gray (editor 1957–1972) with a figure of 306,881 for the period from January to June 1964. The Beatles and the Rolling Stones were frequently featured on the front cover.

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