Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Monocle launches internet radio program about...print

Monocle magazine has launched a weekly radio show on its internet radio network, Monocle 24. The Stack  celebrates the best in the print media.
“We firmly believe that print media needs more air time and The Stack has been developed to explore the best in periodicals, niche journals and newspapers,” says Monocle editor in chief, Tyler Brûlé [in a release published by Press Gazette].  
“After the success of our weekly magazine review in another Monocle 24 programme we decided we should spin it off into its own stand-alone format. Every week we’ll talk to people from around the world who are pushing this sector forward and challenging the media landscape”.
The show, hosted by Brûlé is scheduled to run 10 a.m. UK time and repeated on Sundays. It can be subscribed to free in an audio podcast on iTunes or via an RSS feed. The release said that the average programme downloads per month since the launch of Monocle 24 last year have been about 2 million.


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