Media Week – 2011-10-17
Dennis Publishing, the company behind magazines including The Week and Men's Fitness, has reported pre-tax profits of £3.6m for 2010.
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The Bookseller – 2011-12-19
Somerset-based printer Butler, Tanner & Dennis is in consultation with "a small number...
Folio Magazine – 2011-09-22
The Week publisher Dennis Publishing has teamed up with app developer Toura to begin plugging content from its magazines into a wider array of apps. The first, called How To Add Value To Your Car, is...
Media Week – 2011-07-04
Dennis Publishing has acquired the monthly magazine Women's Fitness from Vitality Publishing for an undisclosed sum.
Folio Magazine – 2011-03-14
Felix Dennis has bought Mental Floss magazine. Dennis, founder of Maxim and owner and operator of The Week, is the chairman of Dennis Publishing. Mental Floss is a bimonthly trivia-based magazine...
New York Times – 2009-12-28
Mr. Brutus was a poet and former political prisoner who fought apartheid in words and deeds and remained an activist well after the fall of his countrys racist system.
Publishers Wekly – 2009-03-09
Dalrymple is survived by his wife, Grand Central Books publisher Jamie Raabwhom he met while working at Warner Booksand their two children.
Media Week – 2009-01-12
LONDON - Dennis Publishing-owned Computer Buyer is to be axed after 18 years, following a decline in circulation.
Guardian Unlimited – 2008-10-07
Dennis Publishing has acquired monthly photography magazine Digital SLR Photography for an undisclosed sum. By Oliver Luft
Guardian – 2008-09-09
Dennis Publishing will launch its current affairs magazine The Week in Australia, with the first issue on sale on October 31. By Stephen Brook
The Bookseller – 2008-07-17
Book printer Butler & Tanner is to be...
BBC – 2012-03-19
Some of Britain's best-loved comic books characters are to grace a new set of stamps to be issued by Royal Mail.
Media Week – 2012-07-26
Dennis Publishing is seeking to capitalise on the buzz around road cycling with the September launch of Cyclist, a monthly magazine in print and enhanced iPad app format.
Media Week – 2012-10-02
Dennis Publishing is to report a 14% increase in annual pre-tax profits to £4.1m for 2011 and is expecting further improvement this year.
Stuff – 2013-01-31
One of basketball's most outrageous personalities has written a book for kids.
The Bookseller – 2013-02-26
Headline has acquired the first book from TV and radio comedian Hugh Dennis, star of "Mock...
Media Week – 2013-03-04
Dennis Publishing, the owner of The Week and Men's Fitness, has invested in Contentment, a technology start-up that offers multiplatform production tools.
The Christian Science Monitor – 2013-05-03
The 2013 Edgar Awards – given to the books judged best in the mystery genre – went to titles that take readers from Boston to Peking, and from the Roaring '20s to the possible end of the world.
Media Week – 2013-06-24
Dennis Publishing is touring media agencies in a hunt for the fittest man and woman in media, to promote the launch of the new Men's Fitness website.
Media Week – 2013-08-30
Dennis Publishing, the independent publisher of titles such as The Week, is breaking into the children's market for the first time with the launch of Berty Squiggles, a kids' colouring and activity...
HuffingtonPost – 2013-09-19
Fox News's interview with Syrian president Bashar al-Assad may go down in the history books as one of the stranger episodes of journalism in recent memory -- mostly because of the role that former...
Guardian – 2013-09-20
A reforestation scheme by the poet and publisher marks its 10% milestone with an oak sapling planted in the heart of EnglandA scheme by one of Britain's most successful entrepreneurs to reforest the...
Editor & Publisher – 2013-10-29
As he looks out on spectacular palm tree-lined fairways bordered by crashing waves on any number of golf courses he regularly frequents in his beloved home state of Hawaii, Dennis Francis often...
The Bookseller – 2014-05-15
Somerset-based printer Butler Tanner & Dennis Ltd has entered administration due to “...
BBC News – 2014-06-23
Publishing millionaire Felix Dennis has died at the age of 67 after a long battle with throat cancer
The Guardian – 2014-06-24
Oz publisher 'who lived life on his own terms' combined entrepreneurial gifts with unrepentant hippiedomA poem with the enigmatic title Sign to Be Erected at the Gate to Argyle Wood sums up in many...
The Guardian – 2014-06-23
One of three editors in the 1971 Oz obscenity trial who went on to become a hugely successful magazine and book publisherFelix Dennis cackling laugh, roistering humour, ribald in appetite, loyal and...
The Guardian – 2014-06-23
Outrageous and passionate, Dennis was a shrewd operator who made small fortunes from the mis-steps of the big boysI first met Felix Dennis in an upscale New York restaurant on a hot July Saturday in...
The Guardian – 2014-06-23
Magazine publisher who was an editor on 1960s counter-culture title Oz dies after battle with cancer The nine lives of Felix Dennis: Ive lived an unbelievable life, even if I did do my best to kill...
BBC – 2014-06-23
Publishing millionaire and 60s radical Felix Dennis dies aged 67.
Advertising Age – 2014-06-24
Felix Dennis, the larger-than-life publishing magnate who founded Maxim magazine and nurtured some of the biggest names in media, died Sunday at his home in the U.K., according to a statement posted...
Digiday – 2014-08-29
Dennis Publishing decides against putting any of its inventory on the open exchange in favour of building direct relationships with advertisers The post Why Dennis Publishing takes a wary approach to...
The Guardian – 2014-10-10
A wonderful survey of the strange world of famous authors by a fictional writer with a propensity for whisky-fuelled escapadesFrancis Plug, fictional author of this wonderful book, can be instantly...
Digiday – 2014-12-04
The Digiday Publishing Summit Europe is set to kick off in early February with in-depth discussion on hot topics like native advertising, the shift to programmatic and minding the mobile gap. The...
Digiday – 2014-12-05
The question for native advertising has long been: Will it scale? Dennis Publishing believes it can, but only by rethinking distribution strategies and applying a healthy dose of tech. The post How...
Chicago Tribune – 2015-03-05
"I f—ing love being a gangster!" says Rico, one of the lower-level crime bosses in Dennis Lehane's terrific "World Gone By." Now, there's something you never hear the gloomy dons in "The Godfather"...