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FEED

Since its launch in 2018, FEED has become a leading news and information outlet for the media technology sector. Packed with evergreen content on the tools and techniques of live broadcast, streaming video, media start-ups and cutting-edge tech, FEED has been called ‘the Wired of broadcast brands’. In addition to its digital offerings – including website, social media and an interactive magazine – FEED’s luxury quarterly print publication lands on the desks of the top decision makers in streaming and broadcasting around the world.

Editor

Neal Romanek

Topics

Broadcast

Streaming

Start-ups

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Premium Experience

While competitor publications reduce coverage and jettison print, FEED offers a quality, full-spectrum experience. Engaging long-form content appears in a beautifully designed magazine that subscribers love to engage with – and advertisers love to appear in.

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Amazing Readership & Reach

FEED’s readership comprises the top names in broadcast and media tech, including C-level decision makers at national broadcasters, streaming companies, sports rights holders, esports producers, industry thought leaders and R&D teams.

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Bespoke Content

In addition to industry-leading editorial, the FEED creative team produces high-quality, bespoke content for clients and partners. FEED’s services include everything from ad design to insightful advertorial content, bespoke publications, in-house magazines and digital campaigns.

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Collaborate with us!

FEED offers a suite of bespoke content services, allowing brands to amplify their reach and target key industry figures around the globe. Get in touch with the team to learn about our partner programme.

7,500Copies printed quarterly
7,500Digital subscribers
40% Open rate
25,000Average monthly website views
60+Countries reached

Contact Sam Scott-Smith, sales director, on 01223 499462/[email protected], or Emma Stevens, senior account manager, on 01223 499462/[email protected]