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When creating a magazine the initial idea must be thought of this includes the theme and/or genre of your magazine. A good way to show your initial ideas is creating a flat plan, this is exactly what I did in the first process of creating my magazine. I also completed research to help my magazine appear more professional and to find out what I would need to include to relate to my genre. This will be used when professionals create magazines too.
All the context and graphical features are then collected and created for the magazine for example the any pictures for the front cover. Stories are also collected at this time and what could go with those stories to make them more appealing.
There are graphic designers who then create the layout for every page of the magazine. Page numbers and articles will be made however this could be altered still up until the final design has been made and proofing has been done.
When proofing the editors gather and look at the product so far, they talk over any errors and make any improvements necessary. Once all improvements are made the final product is sent to the printer for printing.
After all the magazines have been printed they are sent out to retailers and put onto news stands to be sold.
A distributor has many publishers and the key role of a distributor is to provide their publisher clients for a magazine. There are 4 primary distributors in the UK: Comag, Frontline, Marketforce and Seymour.
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