November 13, A study published in Journalism Practice by City researcher Dr. Neil Thurman and co-author Dr. Richard Fletcher, concludes that the attention periodicals attract via print is unlikely to transfer to their online editions when they go online-only. In the month Marie Claire U. The authors, Dr. Would the same hold true more widely? To find out, they analyzed official audience data on the New Musical Express NME , a weekly British music magazine that went online-only in March after 66 years in print.
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It was the first British paper to include a singles chart, in the edition of 14 November In the s, it became the best-selling British music newspaper. From to , it was particularly associated with gonzo journalism [ citation needed ] then became closely associated with punk rock through the writings of Julie Burchill , Paul Morley , and Tony Parsons. It started as a music newspaper, and gradually moved toward a magazine format during the s and s, changing from newsprint in The magazine's website NME.
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For 5, reviews , this publication has graded:. On average, this publication grades 2. Average Music review score: Score distribution:.
Based in Singapore, the new NME website will be focusing primarily on South East Asian music from the island state in addition to Malaysia and the Philippines, although there are rumours expansion will follow into other areas in the near future. It is understood the main team based in Singapore will oversee a number of music journalists working across the region just as the brand gets used to being in print once more after it recently started publishing a hard copy magazine in Australia. The brand, while remaining one of the biggest names in the industry is still facing an uphill battle, however, with hard copy publications largely a thing of the past and online distribution of music forming an increasingly important part of its current business make-up. NME — in full — New Musical Express, first came into being when published in March , and through the 60s and 70s became the unofficial spokesman for all things British in the global music scene. In time it became the planets most important weekly music magazine, but in , resorted to circulating as a free publication. Share 1.