Our Magazines

Each of our magazines is produced with the reader in mind and is packed with original content and useful event listings. Our approach has helped to establish us as a valued community asset and earned us a loyal customer base.

The Bradford Review

  • Established:

    March 2015

  • Print Run:

    5,000

  • Readers:

    18,000+

The Bradford Review is our flagship monthly magazine, providing over 18,000 readers with a cultural guide to the city of Bradford. The publication includes exclusive interviews, event reviews, event previews, news and a comprehensive listings section.

The magazine is printed on high-quality uncoated stock and is delivered to over 300 locations in the city including major offices, hotels, cultural venues, shops, cafes and bars.

The magazine is financed through advertising and to date we have helped over 150 local businesses market themselves to our readers. Our nimble approach has helped us appeal to a wide spectrum of organisations, who benefit from a highly engaged readership and positive association with a valued brand.

  • Original and engaging content including interviews, reviews and previews
  • Up to 12 pages of event listings covering over 100 local events each month
  • Illustrated front covers by commission from local artists and illustrators
  • Over 25,000 regular readers
  • Distributed to over 350 high-footfall locations in Bradford city centre, Thornton, Idle, Thackley, Greengates, Shipley, Bingley & Keighley
  • These include all major city centre hotels, train stations, museums, galleries, Bradford University and Bradford College
  • 4,000+ Twitter followers and over 70,000 impressions every month
  • 60% of readers aged between 25 and 44

The Saltaire Review

  • Established

    October 2014

  • Print Run:

    5,000

  • Readers:

    18,000+

Launched in October 2014, The Saltaire Review was a bi-monthly community and events magazine serving the BD18 and BD17 areas of Bradford.

Our commitment to high-quality content with a local focus enabled us to develop a loyal readership and strong community links. We work hard to gain the support of key organisations, groups and societies in the area to ensure we can offer a genuinely useful resource that is valued by our readers. Many of these readers have become contributors and regularly send us ideas, feature articles, previews, reviews and photography.

The Saltaire Review is now on a hiatus as we explore new ways to relaunch a publication that’s relevant and attractive to Saltaire in the 2020s.

 

  • Original and engaging content including interviews, reviews and previews
  • Up to 6 pages of event listings covering over 100 local events each month
  • Illustrated front covers by commission from local artists and illustrators
  • Over 18,000 regular readers
  • Distributed to over 150 high-footfall locations in BD18 & BD17
  • Delivered to around 1,500 households in Saltaire and Victoria Mills
  • The only publication dedicated to Saltaire and Shipley.
  • 57% of readers aged between 25 and 44

The Harrogate Review

  • Established:

    November 2016

  • Print Run:

    6,000

  • Readers:

    20,000+

The Harrogate Review is a monthly events and culture magazine launched in November 2016. The magazine aims to showcase independent trade, local events and interesting people in the Harrogate area.

It is delivered to over 400 high-footfall locations including cafes, bars, shops, hotels and tourist destinations and is also available online.

In 2019 we teamed up with the Harrogate BID who’s support has enabled us to increase the size of the publication and introduce new features and opportunities for readers and advertisers.
  • Original and engaging content including interviews, reviews and previews
  • Up to 12 pages of event listings covering over 100 local events each month
  • Original illustrated front covers
  • Over 20,000 regular readers
  • Distributed to over 400 high-footfall locations in the Harrogate district.
  • These include all major city centre hotels, train stations, museums, theatres, galleries and the Harrogate Convention Centre.
  • Distributed on LNER Azuma service trains
  • 56% of readers aged between 25 and 44
  • Over 98% pick-up rate