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. Connect's audience is highly valuable and responsive, responsible for the vast majority of UK purchasing decisions.
IPC Connect serves its consumers in the following key sectors: celebrity and fashion, lifestyle, traditional, TV and entertainment, real life and casual gaming.
Now magazine has the full who, what and wear on the celebrities everyone is talking about; who they're dating and hating, what they're really feeling and all the details on what they're wearing. Every week Now delivers breaking news and exclusive stories that make our reader's gasp.
Teen Now is IPC Connect's bi-monthly teen magazine. With 92 pages packed with the latest gossip, exclusive interviews, affordable fashion and beauty, plus a free giant poster every issue - it's every teenage girl's best friend.
Woman and Woman's Own lead the general interest women's weekly sector. Woman is the smartest, most stylish, up-to-date weekly for 40-plus women. Reflecting their busy lives, Woman entertains and inspires. It recognises the reader's ‘don't tell me I can't' attitude; they are open minded, optimistic and modern in their lifestyle choices. Confident and upbeat, Woman's Own celebrates 40 plus women who value their family and friends and are passionate about getting the best out of life. Its 80-year heritage underpins' it as a trusted source of inspiration. Woman's Own mirrors the readers' lives and encourages them to be fantastic, without the price tag.
Goodtoknow is the ultimate online destination for busy, mainstream women aged 18 to 45. Goodtoknow reaches 3.2 million highly engaged women every month, across 6 platforms and offers a compelling mix of content across recipes, money, family and wellbeing, goodtoknow entertains, offers value and gives practical advice on getting the most out of busy family life.
Packed full of over 100 delicious recipes every month, Goodtoknow Recipes is the monthly food magazine dedicated to providing busy mums with cooking inspiration, tips and advice to feed their families cheaply, quickly and healthily.
Loved and trusted in equal measure, Woman's Weekly has been the market-leading womens weekly magazine since it was launched 100 years ago. Packed full of inspiring, helpful and useful ideas and information for women who are the heart of their homes and families, it offers a unique mix of practical, compelling and up-to-the minute content.
Pick Me Up! is the beating heart of the modern family. Its rip-roaring real-life sparkles with warmth, helping the reader find the silver lining on the rainiest of the days. Pick Me Up! is packed with ways to help your budget go further. Whether it's the best, brightest bargain fashions, the latest money-saving vouchers, cheap and simple recipes or bargain beauty buys, Pick Me Up! is the magazine that will save you money.
Chat, one of Britain's best-loved titles, is the real-life weekly that reaches out to touch the reader and shares with her an explosive conversation through heart-stopping moments and the wit and grit of real-life. Bursting with energy, Chat tells the stories that get everyone talking.
IPC Connect has five TV entertainment brands offering consumers a great value mix of entertaining TV features including the latest soap news, gossip and clear, comprehensive television listings. What's on TV provides over 3.4 million readers a week with a great value mix of entertaining TV features, the latest soap news and gossip, plus puzzles, competitions and easy-to-use TV listings. Bright, friendly and great value, What's on TV offers a no-nonsense, entertaining guide to TV for all the family.
TVeasy is the compact guide to the week's best TV. It's the easiest way to find all your favourite TV shows, offering readers a host of innovative ways to plan their TV viewing, from individual easy guides to the week's soaps, movies, sport and real life TV, to daily EPG style evening planners. Written by soap lovers for soap lovers, Soaplife is the one-stop, fortnightly magazine that brings more news, more gossip and more stars and pictures from reader's favourite shows than any other soap magazine.
Since 1955, TV Times has been at the very heart of British television. Every week TV Times talks to the biggest stars and goes behind the scenes of the nation's favourite shows. Exclusive shoots and interviews, the latest news, unrivalled soaps coverage, pages of film reviews, a daily spread of highlights - where the best shows are previewed and rated! - plus 42 pages of listings make TV Times an essential and comprehensive guide to the week's TV.
With clear, easy-to-use listings for more channels than any other TV magazine, plus comprehensive previews of the week's best new TV shows, films and sport, it is the must-have guide for any discerning Virgin or Sky subscriber. TV & Satellite Week guides its readers to the most exciting and innovative programmes on digital TV.
Feelgood Games is Connect's innovative gaming site offering a great selection of games including puzzle, Solitaire, Bingo, Jigsaws and MahJong games. Aimed at women, the site is an exciting and entertaining place to relax and get rewarded for having fun.
To contact IPC Connect managing director Fiona Dent, email email@example.com or call 020 314 86191.
To find out how to advertise with IPC Connect contact Kate MacKenzie at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 3148 3603.
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
IPC Media has today revealed a new positioning for IPC Advertising - Inspired Conversations - which captures just how relevant IPC's famous brands are to consumers in this new age of highly interactive engagement, and how powerful they are at igniting meaningful dialogue across many platforms
IPC Media brands Nuts.co.uk, Goodtoknow.co.uk and NME.com have secured the top positions in their categories in the Experian Hitwise Top 10 Awards 2012
NME is today celebrating after being named Music Media Brand of the Year at last night's Music Week Awards
Jules Barton-Breck, editor of Essentials, is to step-down from the role and will be leaving IPC Media on Friday 24 May
Sylvia Auton, Chairman and CEO of IPC Media, is to retire on 3 May after 36 years with the company. Sylvia, 63, was appointed CEO in 2003