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‘Food and Nightlife’ magazine turns one; to hike cover price to Rs 50

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‘Food and Nightlife’ magazine turns one; to hike cover price to Rs 50

‘Food and Nightlife’ magazine has successfully completed one year in the market. Launched in September 2009, the magazine is known for its reviews, trends and latest updates from the food and beverage industry of India. To mark the occasion, ‘Food and Nightlife’ is going ‘pan-India’ with its anniversary issue and will now be available in the major metros around the country, including Bangalore, Hyderabad, Chennai and Kolkata.

Sumit Goyal, Publisher and Editor, Food and Nightlife, said, “It’s been our constant endeavour since the inception of ‘Food and Nightlife’ magazine to provide our readers a comprehensive read with detailed information on restaurants, nightclubs, parties, music, art, fashion and lifestyle. With a strong focus on food and beverages, we always engage ourselves in a process of constant evolution and research in order to provide holistic information in an engaging format. We aspire to become the most reader-friendly and edifying food and lifestyle journal in future. Our anniversary issue is dedicated to the celebration of luxury in food and will surely interest our discerning readers who believe food is also an important part of our lives.”

The creative duties as well as the media planning and buying of the magazine are being handled in-house. The magazine claims to have a circulation of 35,000 copies in Delhi and Mumbai. With the increase in circulation from November 2010 onwards, the magazine is hiking its cover price to Rs 50 from the current Rs 30.



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