To celebrate Future Publishing’s 25th anniversary, Out-of-Print Archive traces the birth and rise of one of the world’s most famous and successful magazine publishing companies. Future Publishing will always have a place in my heart, mainly due to my first ever computing magazine being Amstrad Action and one of my all time favourite magazines, MEGA, both being published by Future. Some time ago, I managed to track down many of the early Future Publishing staff (including founder Chris Anderson and former Editor/Publisher/Group Publisher Steve Carey) and got some great history of the company, some of which you can read in the article. The web hosts many fine articles and interviews, but there’s nothing quite like reading a well written glossy magazine from Future. Support publishers like Future and ensure that these types of magazines are around for another 25 years.

Weblink: Retro Future – Celebrating 25 Years of Future Publishing

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