The National Magazine Company Limited publishes consumer magazines in the United Kingdom. The company owns Hearst Digital Network, which publishes a number of Websites, including handbag.com and netdoctor.com. The company was founded in 1910 and is based in London, United Kingdom. The National Magazine Company Limited operates as a subsidiary of The Hearst Corporation.
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Founded in 1910
Hearst Magazines UK Names Anna Jones as Chief Executive Officer
Apr 28 14
Anna Jones has been named chief executive officer of Hearst Magazines UK, effective immediately. Jones has been leading the company since November 2013 in her role as chief operating officer. The announcement was made by David Carey, president of Hearst Magazines, and Duncan Edwards, president and CEO of Hearst Magazines International, to whom Jones will report. Jones, 39, was appointed chief operating officer of Hearst Magazines UK in 2011. Before that, she was digital and strategy director at Hachette Filipacchi UK, responsible for digital businesses, emerging platforms, group
publishing for the weekly titles, and strategic insight for brands, editors and senior managers.
Hearst Magazines UK Announces Launch of New Luxury Magazine, British Town & Country
Jan 24 14
Hearst Magazines UK announced the launch of a new luxury magazine, British Town & Country. Launching in May 2014 with a June issue, the biannual British Town & Country will be produced by the team behind the UK's luxury fashion magazine, Harper's Bazaar, led by Editor-in-Chief Justine Picardie. British Town & Country will share the sophistication and wit that is the brand's hallmark. Like the elegant parties it chronicles, the title will offer a fascinating mix of fashion, beauty, food, wine, art, philanthropy, travel and stories about society's most intriguing people. Town & Country will celebrate men and women of style, culture and accomplishment who give something back to the world, whether in service, philanthropy or creative endeavour. It will define and reflect the UK's New Establishment - from Stella McCartney to the Prince of Wales; Roman Abramovich to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. The magazine will reveal a broad cultural landscape, detailing the pastimes and passions of leading figures and families, documenting notable weddings and parties and offering an inside look at the lives of the rich and powerful. With a cover price of GBP 4, Town & Country will launch with a print run of 60,000 and will be supported by a strategic marketing campaign and partnerships with key Hearst Magazines UK titles. In addition to traditional magazine retailers, British Town & Country will be strategically distributed to reach its luxury-focused reader, with copies in first-class airline lounges, luxury hotels and leading property agents.