Newspaper Club “stupidly exciting” says BBC

While the Newspaper Club team is Stateside, business continues as normal (more or less) back at the UK ranch.  We got a nice bit of publicity on BBC News the other day. Media tycoons wanted: Make your own newspaper gives a pithy overview of how Newspaper Club started and what it has achieved so far. Ben Hammersley, Editor at Large of Wired magazine describes us as “stupidly exciting” which is nice, and our Russell (Sales & Marketing) claims that print isn’t dead. If you’re wondering what we’re all about it’s a good place to start.

We’ve had a lot of enquiries because of it (hooray!) and are printing and quoting like mad. If you’ve asked for an invitation we’ll get one out to you as soon as we can – within 48 hours or so. If you’ve been waiting any longer than that please check your spam folder as chances are it’s in there.

Tuesdays are Print Deadline Days (2pm to be precise) so hurry, hurry if you want to make this week’s run. If you don’t, don’t worry – there’ll be another one along next week.

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  1. Thu, 18 Mar 2010 at 5:06 pm
    Gam Permalink

    So cool guys and gals!

    How about talking the local papers to include your “sections’ in their papers and utilize their distribution cahnnels?

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