IPC Media is comprised of three publishing divisions; IPC Connect, IPC Inspire and IPC Southbank. Sitting alongside the publishing divisions is IPC Advertising, which allows clients and agencies to purchase bespoke advertising solutions, and Marketforce, the UK's leading newstrade sales and distribution company.
IPC Connect is IPC Media's mass market women's division with a range of brands that provide powerful reach. Connect's magazines are read by 9.4 million mass market women, which equates to 49% of all mass market women, while its digital brands reach over 5.3 million unique users and deliver 35 million page impressions every month.
IPC Inspire is IPC's men's division. Its portfolio of 38 brands covers a huge spectrum of interests and includes famous names from Country Life and The Field to Nuts and NME.
IPC Southbank is the upmarket women's division, focusing on the three key markets of Fashion, Women's Lifestyle and Home Interest. Southbank is home to some of the most iconic magazine brands in publishing including Marie Claire, woman&home, Look and Ideal Home.
IPC Media produces over 60 iconic media brands, with print alone reaching almost two thirds of UK women and 42% of UK men - almost 26 million UK adults - while our websites collectively reach over 14 million users every month. IPC Advertising offers clients and agencies access to IPC Media's unparalleled range of brands
As the UK's leading newstrade sales, marketing and distribution business, Marketforce is the link between publishers and retailers, providing a comprehensive range of circulation and distribution services for the IPC portfolio, as well as a broad range of titles from over 30 blue chip publishers.
NUTS MAGAZINE SUPPORTS CAMPAIGN AGAINST LIVING MISERABLY
Look, the UK's biggest selling fashion magazine, has agreed a six figure deal with Pernod Ricard brand Malibu, that will see the brand deliver a three-month multiplatform campaign to amplify Malibu's fashion credentials
First advertiser to use Amplify
Woman's Weekly, the iconic magazine which celebrates the home, family and lives of UK women, has agreed a deal with Pedigree Books that will see it publish two yearbooks, its most recent foray into book publishing
IPC Media has today launched two further mobile advertising products - Premium Content Suite and Gallery Breakout - two compelling new ways that advertisers can engage with their audiences through IPC's brands
Nuts, the UK's biggest selling weekly men's magazine, has created its first interactive digital special edition for the Apple newsstand
Nuts, the UK's biggest selling weekly men's magazine, has agreed a partnership with MTV to become the sponsor of the second series of its hit reality TV show The Valleys
IPC Media today announces the sale of Horse to MyTimeMedia