More than £4
11 questionees circled, ‘£2
£3’, and 9 circled “£1
As there isn’t a clear
decision in the price range and the figures were reasonably close I willthink carefully as to what exact price I will charge as I understand my target audience arebetween the ages of students and working adults. Therefore, I would like this to beaffordable however the content will be worth the final pay.4.
Do you currently buy/read music magazines?
YES ( If yes, please go on to ANSWER question 5.8 circled here.
NO (If No please go on to answer question 6)12 circled here.5.
Specify which music magazine(s) you buy and /or read.The most common magazines described were:Billboard, Vibe (online) and NME. What do you like about this magazine?Questionees stated the content was good, promontional offers were of great interest, themusic charts included were extremely good and the magazines versatility/choice of artists.
6. Why don’t you buy and or read music magazines?(tick the answers that apply)
I don’t really know much about them
They don’t in
They don’t seem to be aimed at people like me
They’re too expensive
I don’t buy/read any magazines
Other reasons (please specify) ………………………………………
100% said they’re too expensive, and 6 added that the reason being they would
sometimes look to online magazine websites as R&B/Hip-
Hop magazines aren’t common
in most stores in the UK.7.
What would encourage you to buy a music magazine? (Please Circle)
Competitions (win CDs, tickets, etc.)
Exclusive news and interviews
Dates of oncoming gigs
other (please specify)