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Acclaim Magazine Set to Revolutionise Urban Media

Acclaim Magazine Set to Revolutionise Urban Media

From the creator’s of Australasia’s premier free Hip Hop publication ‘Out4Fame’ comes a revolutionary newsstand publication that couples Hip Hop attitude with all facets of modern urban lifestyle and subculture. Aimed at an audience 18-35 years of age ACCLAIM is compiled by a team of cutting edge journalists, photographers and designers with the end result being a highly collectable magazine that stands in a category all of its own.

Acclaim magazine issue number 1 is 100 pages with a perfect bound finish. The quarterly magazine features a high varnish cover and is slightly less than A4 in size.
The shelf price for Acclaim is $7.95 and is distributed in New Zealand by Independent Magazine Distributors.

Along with regular sections covering video games, DVD’s, Film, Books, Technology products, Auto (cars and motorbikes), Fashion, Sneakers/Footwear, Graffiti Art, Tattooing, Hip Hop music both local and international, other related music and selected Sports (eg skateboarding & martial arts), ACCLAIM also features a Themed Chapter each issue. The Theme Chapter for issue 1 is ‘Gangster’ with ACCLAIM delving into the various facets of the Hip Hop generation’s fascination with Gangsters and the influence of the Gangster mentality on modern day youth culture and music. While Acclaim draws on the Hip Hop attitude it is not strictly a Hip Hop magazine.

Issue 1 of ACCLAIM magazine is now in magazine stores and newsstands nationwide.

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