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Sainsbury's commissions St Ives Direct to produce first home catalogue

Sainsbury's commissions St Ives Direct to produce first home catalogue

Supermarket giant Sainsbury's has commissioned St Ives Direct to produce its first ever home catalogue.

Printed on web offset presses, the product will have a print run of 3m and has been designed and produced on behalf of the retailer by Seven Squared.

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27thAug 2009

LOCOG seeks publisher for London 2012 Olympics brief

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LOCOG, the organising committee for London 2012, has put out a tender for the publishing contract to produce magazines, brochures and programmes to be distributed during the Games.

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25thAug 2009

Think Announces Another New Client: Sing Up

Think Announces Another New Client: Sing Up

Think is delighted to announce it will be working with the UK's largest children's music charity, Youth Music, to produce the termly title Sing Up, part of a government initiative by the same name, which aims to increase opportunities for primary school-aged children throughout England to enjoy singing as part of their everyday lives.

Sing Up is led by a consortium of partners, and Think will be working directly with lead partner Youth Music, to produce the magazine.

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25thAug 2009

Zone to produce Somerset House web tour for SHOWstudio fashion exhibition

Zone to produce web tour Somerset House SHOWstudio fashion exhibition

Somerset House is creating a web tour for its forthcoming SHOWstudio fashion exhibition.

The tour, produced by digital content agency Zone, will feature a personal guide to the exhibition by fashion photographer and SHOWstudio founder Nick Knight.

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24thAug 2009

Future launches World of Warcraft magazine

Future, the special interest publisher, is launching a new magazine, World of Warcaft: The Magazine, in partnership with Blizzard Entertainment.

The quarterly magazine, which will not feature advertising, is published by Future's custom publishing team FuturePlus.

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24thAug 2009

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