Dennis Publishing

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Felix Dennis

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Felix Dennis started in the magazine business in the late 1960s as one of the editors of the counterculture magazine OZ.
His company, Dennis Publishing, pioneered computer and hobbyist magazine publishing in the United Kingdom.

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Dennis followed this up in the early 1980s by publishing titles in the emerging computer enthusiast sector, including Your Spectrum (later renamed Your Sinclair and sold to Future Publishing).
The magazine was launched in January 1984 as Your Spectrum by Sportscene Specialist Press, later renamed to Dennis Publishing in April 1987.

Maxim (magazine)

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Dennis has since maintained a foothold in the computer magazine business – until Maxims success in the US in the late 1990s, computer magazines were the mainstay of Dennis' magazine holdings, second only to Future Publishing in the UK.
As of April 23, 2009 Dennis Publishing has announced that it will no longer continue producing a print edition of Maxim in the UK, though the website for the UK version will remain.

Stuff (magazine)

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Dennis Publishing, Inc. published one of the most successful modern men's lifestyle magazines in America – Maxim (2.5 million rate base) – along with Stuff (1.3 million rate base) and general interest music magazine Blender (800,000 rate base).
Stuff was first published in Britain in November 1996 by Dennis Publishing.

The Week

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In June 2007, all of Dennis's United States holdings – minus the U.S. edition of The Week – were sold to the private equity firm Quadrangle Group.
Dennis Publishing, founded by Felix Dennis, publishes the UK edition and, until 2012, published the Australian edition.

Bit-Tech

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In November, Dennis Publishing acquired the online games and hardware enthusiast website Bit-Tech for an undisclosed sum.
It was founded in 2000, became a fully professional online publication in 2005, and announced its acquisition by Dennis Publishing in October 2008.

Oz (magazine)

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Felix Dennis started in the magazine business in the late 1960s as one of the editors of the counterculture magazine OZ.
Dennis was stung by personal comments made by the trial judge that he was of limited ability and a dupe of the other defendants; he later became one of Britain's wealthiest and most prominent independent publishers as owner of Dennis Publishing (publisher of Maxim and other magazines), and in 2004 released a book of original poetry.

Bizarre (magazine)

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It was published by Dennis Publishing, and was a sister publication to the Fortean Times.

Carbuyer

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It was launched by Dennis Publishing in 2010, and was first published on 29 October 2010, and is intended primarily for consumers rather than auto enthusiasts.

MoneyWeek

In July 2017, Dennis Publishing acquired MoneyWeek, UK's best-selling financial magazine.
It is owned by MoneyWeek Limited, which is now a subsidiary of London-based Dennis Publishing Limited, which owned it once before, prior to 2002.

Auto Express

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Auto Express is a weekly motoring magazine sold in the United Kingdom published by Dennis Publishing.

Custom PC (magazine)

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Custom PC
Custom PC (usually abbreviated to 'CPC') is a UK-based computer magazine created by Mr Freelance Limited, and published by Dennis Publishing Ltd. It's aimed at PC hardware enthusiasts, covering topics such as modding, overclocking and PC gaming.

Evo (magazine)

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"Evo" is published 13 times a year and is part of the Dennis Publishing stable of magazines.

Fortean Times

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Previously published by John Brown Publishing (from 1991 to 2001) and then I Feel Good Publishing (2001 to 2005), it is now published by Dennis Publishing Ltd.

Computer Shopper (UK magazine)

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Computer Shopper
Computer Shopper is a magazine published monthly since 1988 in the UK by Dennis Publishing Ltd..

MacUser

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MacUser was a monthly (formerly biweekly) computer magazine published by Dennis Publishing Ltd. and licensed by Felden in the UK. It ceased publication in 2015.

Computeractive

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Computeract!ve
Computeractive (sometimes written as Computeract!ve, to reflect the logo) is a fortnightly computer magazine published by Dennis Publishing in the United Kingdom.

Men's Fitness (British magazine)

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Men's Fitness (UK) is a monthly men's magazine specialising in health and fitness and published by Dennis Publishing in the UK and Ireland.

Micro Mart

Micro Mart
Micro Mart was a weekly computer magazine published in the United Kingdom by Dennis Publishing Ltd..

Viz (comics)

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In 2003, it changed hands again when IFG were bought out by Dennis Publishing.

Octane (magazine)

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It was launched in 2003, and is now published by Dennis Publishing.

PC Pro

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PC Pro is one of several computer magazines published monthly in the United Kingdom by Dennis Publishing.

The First Post

In January 2008, Dennis Publishing acquired the online news site The First Post for an undisclosed sum.
In January 2008, Dennis Publishing, publisher of The Week and a range of consumer print magazines, acquired The First Post for an undisclosed sum.

Webuser

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WebUser is a fortnightly magazine originally published in Britain by IPC Media, but currently owned by Dennis Publishing since 2010.

Counterculture

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Felix Dennis started in the magazine business in the late 1960s as one of the editors of the counterculture magazine OZ.