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Now
Editor Abigail Blackburn
Categories Celebrity, Gossip, Entertainment
Frequency Weekly
Publisher Emily Hutchings
First issue 1997
Company IPC Media
Country  United Kingdom
Language English
Website http://www.nowmagazine.co.uk

NOW is a British weekly entertainment magazine.

It is one of the biggest selling magazines in the UK, with a regular circulation of 433,509[1]. It is a mix of celebrity news, gossip and fashion and is primarily aimed at women. It also features movie and music reviews, real life stories, shopping and style feature together with major celebrity interviews.

NOW was launched in late 1997 as a less serious, more gossip-oriented magazine aimed at women, and circulation quickly grew. A series of high-profile celebrity relationships, such as between David and Victoria Beckham, and Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt provided ample material, while reality shows such as Big Brother and Pop Idol grew popular at just the right time to help fill pages.

NOW magazine is published by IPC Media Limited.

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Now
Editor Abigail Blackburn
Categories Celebrity, Gossip, Entertainment
Frequency Weekly
Publisher Emily Hutchings
First issue 1997
Company IPC Media
Country  United Kingdom
Language English
Website http://www.nowmagazine.co.uk

NOW is a British weekly entertainment magazine.

It is one of the biggest selling magazines in the UK, with a regular circulation of 433,509[1]. It is a mix of celebrity news, gossip and fashion and is primarily aimed at women. It also features movie and music reviews, real life stories, shopping and style feature together with major celebrity interviews.

NOW was launched in late 1997 as a less serious, more gossip-oriented magazine aimed at women, and circulation quickly grew. A series of high-profile celebrity relationships, such as between David and Victoria Beckham, and Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt provided ample material, while reality shows such as Big Brother and Pop Idol grew popular at just the right time to help fill pages.

NOW magazine is published by IPC Media Limited.

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