The Spectator, first published in 1828, is the UK's oldest continually published weekly magazine. Netcopy has taken the archive and created over a million new web pages, driving new audiences to the brand as well as delivering a new revenue stream for the publisher.The Spectator | The Spectator Archive (coming soon)
The Catholic Herald was established in 1888. This is a vast Catholic resource and has already caught the eye of a number of historians, academics and genealogists as well as the general public. The publisher expects to quadruple traffic to their web properties within a year.Catholic Herald | Catholic Herald Archive
The launch of the Tribune archive, containing a unique perspective on 75 years of the labour movement in British politics and culture, is the latest pioneering step for a radical weekly journal that has always been at the heart of political debate.
David Hall Publishing is the largest independent publishers of angling, shooting, country pursuits magazines and multi-media in Europe. Netcopy has take all of its archive material across it's seven consumer and two trade titles and created the world's largest country pursuits resource.
Karting magazine was the first magazine about the sport of kart racing in the world, in continuous publication since 1959 and the recognized authority on the sport in over 70 countries. The archive is a must read for F1 enthusiasts interested in the early Karting careers of Jenson Button, Lewis Hamilton and the like.Karting Magazine
Classic Rock goes brings you the real stories behind rock legends from Led Zeppelin to Metallica, to Marilyn Manson and beyond. You’ll find interviews, news, tour dates, retrospective articles and a hefty reviews section in every issue. We’ve taken the complete Classic Rock back catalogue and turned it into a Netcopy archive.Classic Rock Magazine | Classic Rock Magazine Archive
The Gramophone Archive is a searchable database containing every issue of Gramophone from April 1923. Despite the complexities of producing a magazine during wartime, Gramophone has never missed an issue and in 1995 added an extra, 13th, issue each year to coincide with the annual Gramophone Awards.The Gramophone | The Gramophone Archive
Highlighting the Daily Mirror’s coverage of the World Cup since the 1950s.
A complete Netcopy archive of every World Cup related article and image from the Daily Mirror’s past 60 years in print.
Launched in November 1998, evo has carved a significant niche in the hotly contested motoring magazine marketplace. An experienced editorial team has produced a distinctive and exciting title that has successfully satisfied the need for a modern, quality car magazine with award winning photography and informative, entertaining writing.EVO Magazine
Campaign Asia-Pacific was launched on 20 September 2010 as part of a Campaign-branded network of products covering the Asia-Pacific region. Covering the latest developments in the industry, Campaign organises conferences across different industry sectors and hosts major industry awards events recognising industry best practice.Camapaign Asia