Media Briefs: Hip hop mag The Fat Boss goes monthly

Hip hop magazine The Fat Boss, which was featured on the BBC series Paddington Green, has gone monthly. Previously put out on an ad hoc basis, it will have an initial print run of 26,000 and is aimed at 16- to 35-year-old males. According to the latest ABCs, Hip Hop Connection, which covers the sector in a more mainstream style, has a readership of 12,000. Fat Boss editor Mat C confirmed the magazine would retain its ’fanzine’ look, in non-glossy black and white, with a cover price of pounds 2.50. Funding has come from the Hybek Group, which takes a one-third stake in the publisher, fatboss.com.

Hip hop magazine The Fat Boss, which was featured on the BBC series

Paddington Green, has gone monthly. Previously put out on an ad hoc

basis, it will have an initial print run of 26,000 and is aimed at

16- to 35-year-old males. According to the latest ABCs, Hip Hop

Connection, which covers the sector in a more mainstream style, has a

readership of 12,000. Fat Boss editor Mat C confirmed the magazine would

retain its ’fanzine’ look, in non-glossy black and white, with a cover

price of pounds 2.50. Funding has come from the Hybek Group, which takes

a one-third stake in the publisher, fatboss.com.



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