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MA Business & Leisure is the business-to-business and consumer arm of the Mark Allen Group, and is based at the Group's offices near Salisbury in Wiltshire.
MA Business & Leisure's diverse range of business-to-business magazines include Land Mobile, a magazine dedicated to wireless technology, Recycling and Waste World, the leading golf trade publication Pro-Shop Europe and Human Resources the award winning magazine for HR directors. It has most recently acquired PrintWeek, the highest-circulating and most widely read printing industry title in the UK, providing a true cross-section of the industry.
On the consumer side, MA Business & Leisure publishes Wiltshire's leading county magazine – Wiltshire Life, and specialist interest titles, Carriage Driving and Jazzwise.
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Wiltshire Life is Wiltshire's longest-established monthly county magazine. Since 1946, the magazine has impressed readers with its stunning photography and excellent feature writing. Packed with interesting and topical features, stories focus on village life, country walks, local history, food and drink, gardening, interior design, property and much more.
Wiltshire Life is available on subscription or through all good newsagents.Visit the website
Pro Shop Europe is the leading European golf trade publication. This monthly industry-only journal is sent to PGA qualified professionals and is widely read by the golf trade generally. Pro Shop Europe is packed with product news, key issues affecting professionals, interviews and features on all things golf: clubs, clothing, equipment, tournament and industry news. The magazine - launched in 1984 - is widely respected as the voice of the European golf trade.Visit the website
Carriage Driving is the only magazine entirely devoted to sport and recreation with the harness horse. It covers all aspects of the sport from private driving to horse driving trials. Carriage Driving has the latest news, advice and tips as well as an extensive classified section which is a great place to buy and sell anything - from harnesses to horses.
From the October 2011 issue, Carriage Driving has been given a fresh new look following a redesign that also sees the inclusion of new columns and a bigger training section alongside the familiar features like ‘Coaching Chatter’ and ‘Over the Tandem Bar’.
Carriage Driving is available on subscription or through all good newsagents.Visit the website
HR is the monthly magazine for senior HR professionals.
Providing news, analysis, features and review, our expert contributors provide an unrivalled monthly digest of issues affecting our industry, from talent management to employment law, from succession planning to recruitment.
Our readers are senior executives and decision makers who implement successful people strategies thanks to their seniority and budget holding responsibilities. They look to HR for access to the thoughts of their peers and the magazine provides the most respected forum within the industry.
HR stands for independence, authority and leadership and is highly valued among its 10,000 dedicated readers.Visit the website
Gramophone is the world’s leading classical music reviews magazine. From its peerless - and fearless - reviews to its penetrating interviews with the world's leading classical music artists, Gramophone has drawn on the talents of some of the finest writers on music for more than 90 years, and continues to do so.
Each year the Gramophone Awards celebrate the art of recording and honour the best recordings of the year.
Plus, the Gramophone Archive App allows digital subscribers to read every issue of Gramophone from April 1923 to today.Visit the website
PrintWeek is the highest-circulating and most widely read printing industry title in the UK, providing a true cross-section of the industry.
PrintWeek is sent to more than 8,500 printing professionals, ranging from small and medium enterprises to the largest and most influential printing companies in the UK.
It has an unrivalled reputation for the best stories in printing and associated sectors, including paper and pre-media.
It provides key decision-makers with more news about contracts, plant and technology than any other title. Equally it is recognised for its incisive comment on key industry issues, as well as informative and entertaining features. PrintWeek is also invaluable for classified recruitment and equipment advertising.
Printweek.com is the premier website for the print industry. An
indispensable hub for anyone working in or connected with print, the
site brings you up-to-the-minute news, in-depth analysis and comment and
features covering all aspects of the print sector in the UK and across
Averaging more than half a million page views read by in excess of 100,000 readers each month, it dominates its market, accounting for around 85% of the market among its peers according to HitWise.
Recycling & Waste World is a weekly publication for anybody involved in the recycling and waste industry. The full colour 'tabloid style' magazine contains all the latest news and goings on in the world of waste management and covers all secondary materials, from compost to metals.Visit the website
The Recycling & Waste World Handbook is the ultimate directory for businesses and organisations within the waste industry. An essential desk companion, the full colour directory is updated every year with the latest legislation news, material specifications as well as a complete A-Z listing of organisations working in the waste sector.
To order or for more information, call 0800 137201 (+44 1722 716997 if outside the UK)Visit the website
Launched in 1999, Songlines is the leading magazine covering traditional, contemporary, folk and fusion music from around the world.
Packed with the latest album reviews, artist interviews, festival profiles and travel adventures, every issue comes with a free compilation CD with tracks from the best new releases, as well as an exclusive guest playlist.
The annual Songlines Music Awards and Encounters Festival champion and showcase the wealth of talent featured within the pages of the magazine; from well-established artists to up-and-coming new stars.
Music is about culture, politics, history and the environment and Songlines is your essential guide to it all.Visit the website
Land Mobile magazine is a monthly magazine which covers the full breadth of wireless technologies and services used for business and public service applications.
Communications which are land-based and wireless, fixed or mobile, are what we are about. And that would include optical links for comparison with microwave and just occasionally the odd marine and aeronautical systems. You will also find supporting articles such as training, legal aspects, blue-sky thinking and spectrum regulation.Visit the website
Launched in November 2013, LTE Today is the only publication exclusively dedicated to Long Term Evolution. LTE Today provides technical advice, authoritative editorial and commentary spanning all areas of LTE from articles on the challenges of deployment to case studies on end-to-end capabilities. LTE Today reflects the constantly developing LTE ecosystem in a topical and informative way.Visit the website
Jazzwise is the UK’s biggest selling jazz monthly with a panoramic view of the whole scene. Over the years it has gained an impeccable reputation for the quality of its journalism, photography, and the breadth of its jazz appeal.
The magazine, headed by award-winning editor and publisher Jon Newey, covers an eclectic mix of music: from mainstream to cutting edge; from classic jazz to free jazz; from jazz fusion to jazz electronica. Whatever your interest in jazz, you will always find something to interest you.
Jazzwise profiles the leading lights on the current jazz scene with telling insights into how they have fashioned and developed their craft. Jazzwise is always forward looking, but never loses sight of the past, reviewing new, reissued and archive releases of some of the best jazz CDs you will ever hear.
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TETRA Today is the only publication exclusively dedicated to TETRA digital trunked radio. It aims to inspire and inform the TETRA community. Launched in 2010, this publication provides technical advice, authoritative editorial and commentary spanning all areas of TETRA from articles on training to case studies showing how TETRA is being deployed in real-life safety organizations.
To find out about the TETRA Today awards, visit www.tetra-awards.comVisit the website