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Parkside Media announces new motor title


Parkside Media announces the launch of a new motoring title.

Following the overwhelming success of both its niche motoring titles over the past 15 years, Parkside Media continues their market leading stance in the New Zealand motoring sector with the launch of NZV8, a new monthly motoring publication.

The NZV8 release to magazine retailers will be on May 2nd with 20,000 copies distributed nationwide by Netlink. Cover price will be $8.95. This will be a 90-page High Gloss publication with superior production values to accommodate the highest quality motoring images!

“Timing is absolutely crucial when pitching a new publication to an already competitive market,” says Parkside Media’s Group Sales and Marketing Manager Michael White. “Naturally we monitor the New Zealand market very closely, and with foreign V8 based titles showing steady growth there’s definitely scope for a similar New Zealand-based publication to surpass imported competitors.

“This will be a combined effort with New Zealand importers and distributors. I’m proud to say we are leading into our first issue with 100% support from the New Zealand associated industry, which is pivotal to the success of any new publication in a small country like New Zealand.”

NZV8 will sit comfortably with Parkside Media’s market leading automotive titles, NZ Performance Car and NZ Classic Car. These titles have a combined readership of 449,000 and audited sales of 29078 per month.

NZV8 will cover an extensive range of vehicles, reflecting the growing scene in New Zealand. Features will include the on-going Ford vs Holden battle, the classic ’60s and ’70s muscle cars out of Australia and the USA, as well as the scenes best-known personalities. We’ll even take a look at the new range of high performance Auto Bahn-storming V8s coming out of Europe.

A highly pictorial magazine, NZV8 will show off these vehicles in their best light.

With an open-door policy, our aim is to build relationships with the local dealerships and advertisers so they feel as much a part of the magazine as our readers.

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