Subscribe to Press Gazette magazine - get 200 editions for free

All Press Gazette subscribers now benefit from access to a searchable archive of more than 200 digital back copies.

This means you can search:

  • Some 200 perfect-pitch interviews with editors about how to pitch freelance ideas to various newspapers and magazines
  • Hundreds of masterclass features by the best journalists in the business
  • A unique archive of in-depth features, news and research on everything which has been going on in the news industry over the last six years
  • Exclusive access to Press Gazette’s top-50 lists of the most rated journalists in travel, business, politics, sport, food and drink, and comment.

While www.pressgazette.co.uk is the number one website for breaking news about British journalism (with up to 150,000 unique users a month) – Press Gazette magazine is the only place to read our in-depth features, investigations, analysis, wit, wisdom and expert columnists.

Students and retired journalists can subscribe to Press Gazette for just £50 a year.

Members of the NUJ also currently benefit from a massive discount and can subscribe for £50 a year.

Otherwise the current offer for new subscribers is three issues for £3, reverting to £22.50 a quarter – if you subscribe by direct debit.

Press Gazette subscribers get far more than just the magazine:

Freelances: New subscribers are now entitled to a free six-month listing on the Press Gazette Freelance Directory (worth £150). To activate, Simon Whalley on 0207 336 5316 and quote your subscriber number.

Editors, owners and managers: All subscribers are entitled to advertise one free job a year on our recruitment website Jobs4Journalists (normal cost £100). Again, contact Simon Whalley on 0207 336 5316 and quote your subscriber number.

To subscribe to Press Gazette call 0845 073 9607

Browse a free sample edition of Press Gazette magazine

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