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Mon, 10 May 2021

Pop & Rock Music Fans Can Subscribe to Digital Editions of Anthem Music Titles

London, 10th May 2021

Pop & Rock Music Fans Can Subscribe to Digital Editions of Anthem Music Titles

Lovers of pop and rock music can now subscribe to the brand new digital editions of Anthem Publishing titles Classic Pop & Vintage Rock through the Exact Editions platform. Subscriptions to the modern archives, which currently include 18 and 10 issues respectively, are available to individual and institutional readers at home or on-the-go through any web, iOS and Android device.

Classic Pop is the ultimate celebration of great pop and chart music through the decades, bringing readers artist interviews, features, news and reviews each month. Unique title Vintage Rock covers the era of rock n’ roll for a contemporary audience, features rare pictures and relishes the vitality and flair of the music genre that changed the world.

Subscribers old and new are encouraged to unearth gems from past issues through the Exact Editions platform’s comprehensive search function, which allows references to specific topics, songs or artists to be pinpointed at the click of a button.

Classic Pop & Vintage Rock are available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:

Classic Pop for Individuals

Classic Pop for Institutions

Vintage Rock for Individuals

Vintage Rock for Institutions

Michael Langroudi, Senior Marketing Executive at Anthem commented: “We’re very impressed with the navigational tools with which the Exact Editions platform equips our readers, as it helps them to easily re-discover brilliant old articles from years gone by.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “These digital editions of Classic Pop & Vintage Rock are so valuable as they increase in size with every new issue published, offering brand new content alongside the existing archive for the ultimate reading experience.”


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