The Week in Media

Future Publishing, the specialist magazine publisher, is launching a new print and digital magazine next month.N-Photo, which will be monthly and edited by Chris George, is priced at £4.99. N-Photo will be dedicated to Nikon photography and launches on 24 November with an initial print run of 40,000.

Hearst Magazines UK has signed up as media partner for Race Online 2012's latest initiative to encourage everyone in the UK to get online by the end of next year. The new campaign focuses on a day of action on 30 October, when people will be encouraged to use the extra hour from the clocks going back, to mark the end of British Summer Time, to pass web skills to others.

Northcliffe Media, the publisher of 113 regional newspapers, is forging a joint partnership with Trinity Mirror Regionals sales house AMRA, to create a commercial proposition encompassing more than 260 titles. Under the arrangement, AMRA will become a joint operating partnership between the two regional publishers from April 2012.

Future Publishing has sold its audio visual titles, Hi-Fi Choice, What Satellite & Digital TV and Home Cinema Choice, to specialist publisher MyHobbyStore. The Orpington-based firm owns the three brands with immediate effect.

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