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LOOP - New Century - New Vision - New System

PRESS RELEASE
LOOP MAGAZINE

NEW CENTURY - NEW VISION - NEW SYSTEM

The first LOOP of the 21st century is about to hit the streets.

Relaunching our vision: rethought, restructured, ready to take our country’s creative culture to the world.

What sort of magazine are we?

A C21 magazine, committed to startling imagery, content with attitude, quality standards – and ideas.

A magazine that includes a compact disc of 100% New Zealand tracks, most from independent players: musicians you know and musicians you should.

Australasia’s only multi-media magazine, with CDrom content complementing and enhancing the LOOP experience.

More sounds (MP3 tracks and audio bytes).

More images (virtual galleries and 2D installations).

Audiovisual content (LOOP TV and QuickTime trailers).

We’re also launching loop-e.com, the print magazine’s virtual counterpart, with extended and additional features.

You liked the Press Freedom article in LOOP? Check the 6000 word version on loop-e.com.

Want more LOOP more often? Register for regular LOOP emailers – for up to date movies, books, music and hospo news – as well as the daily Scoop email service, keeping you in the news loop.

Who’s our competition? No one. Everybody.

LOOP. Mixing your media. Catalysing change.

Content is King. Niche is Queen. Delivery the Ace.

For more information contact LOOP at 04 499 4470 or annabel@loop-e.com

NB: Please note that THE DUB CONNECTION, who perform track six on the LOOP CD, were incorrectly titled the D&B Connection in the magazine. LOOP would like to extend sincere apologies to all concerned.



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