November 9, 2012

IPC Media today announces further digital expansion of 34 brands on Amazon’s recently launched Kindle Fire.   

To coincide with the roll-out, Amazon has selected six of IPC's leading brands – Marie Claire, woman&home, Decanter, Cycle Sport, Ideal Home and Uncut – for promotion with a special offer for readers to claim a free 60-day trial period.

In addition to the Kindle Fire expansion, 27 IPC brands will be available on Apple Newsstand taking the total number of brands on Newsstand to 62.  

Digital publishing director Paul Cheal says: "We are delighted to be able to make our titles available on new digital storefronts as they emerge. We are starting to see strong demand for our magazines on Apple Newsstand, and as Kindle Fire already accounts for 20% of tablet sales in the US, this represents a fantastic opportunity for IPC's entire portfolio."

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FOR MORE INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Anna Gawan, PR Manager, IPC Media on 020 3148 5405, 07816 316432 or email anna_gawan@ipcmedia.com

Notes to editors

The IPC titles launching on Kindle Fire are: 25 Beautiful Homes, Amateur Gardening, Amateur Photographer, Angler's Mail, Beautiful Kitchens, Country Homes & Interiors, Country Life, Cycle Sport, Cycling Active, Cycling Weekly, Decanter, Essentials, Golf Monthly, Homes & Gardens, Horse & Hound, Ideal Home, Livingetc, Marie Claire, Motor Boat & Yachting, Motor Boats Monthly, Mountain Bike Rider, NME, Practical Boat Owner, Rugby World, Shooting Times, The Field, TV&Satellite Week, Uncut, VW Camper & Bus, What Digital Camera, woman&home, World Soccer, Yachting Monthly and Yachting World.

The IPC titles launching on Apple Newsstand are: Womans Weekly, Sporting Gun, What’s on TV, Shooting Gazette, Volksworld, Eventing, SuperYacht World, Style at Home, Nuts, Woman’s Own, Now, Goodtoknow Recipes, Chat, Woman, Chat Its Fate, Woman’s Weekly Fiction Special, Woman’s Weekly Knitting & Crafting, Pick Me Up Special, Pick Me Up, woman&home Feel Good Food, Soaplife, woman&home Feel Good You, TVTimes, Look, Horse, Teen Now and Chat Passion.

About IPC Media

IPC Media  (www.ipcmedia.com) 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 its award winning websites collectively reach over 25 million global users every month. IPC's diverse print and digital portfolio offers something for everyone, with a focus on three core audiences: men, mass market women and upmarket women. IPC Media is part of Time Inc, a Time Warner Company.

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