With award season just around the corner, DC Publishing is celebrating two of their titles being shortlisted for Special Interest Magazine of the Year at the upcoming PPA Scottish Magazine …
We are DC Publishing. And we’re mad about magazines.
We believe in the power of print. To connect. To inspire. To inform. So we spend our days in our Glasgow city centre offices making a range of niche magazines that do exactly that.
Since our launch back in 2007, we’ve produced four different magazines in-house, taken on contract publishing work, set up web platforms, created big opportunities for up-and-coming talent, been shortlisted for top industry awards and made an impression on Scotland’s brilliant periodical publishing industry.
We print a range of niche titles. They’re all very different, but share a key socially responsible focus – because we want to use our power as a publisher for good. We’ve got Enable, the UK-wide disability lifestyle magazine; Source, the only careers and lifestyle magazine for Scotland’s young people; Teachers’ Resource, for education professionals; and Family Life, the lifestyle title for savvy Scots. This summer, we’re launching a fifth title too, in the form of Advance – a brand new resettlement magazine for men and women leaving the Armed Forces. As well as this, we produce a range of supplements and spin-off titles throughout the year.
And that’s not all. In 2015, we turned our hand to contract publishing too – so if you want to make a magazine, whether that’s for your staff, members or an even wider audience, we can help out. We’ve got the skills to make it happen. Find out how here.
The company consists of a talented team of advertising and editorial staff, working hard to bring the most relevant, interesting and informative content for its readers through cutting-edge features and inspired advertising. We don’t believe in second best – and we do believe in making a difference. It’s what we’re good at.
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