Adelaide Review

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The Adelaide Review
Editor David Knight
Former editors Amanda Pepe
Staff writers Ilona Wallace
Photographer Jonathan van der Knaap
Frequency Monthly
Founder Christopher Pearson
Year founded 1985
Country  Australia
Based in Adelaide
Language English
Website adelaidereview.com.au


The Adelaide Review is a news-magazine founded by Christopher Pearson in 1985 in Adelaide, South Australia.[1] In the period 2004-07, it was usually published fortnightly.

"The Adelaide Review sees its function as providing insightful review and analysis of the issues, culture and lifestyle shaping Adelaide and South Australia; to be intelligent, informed, critical and independent; to be essential, objective and balanced; to have credibility and integrity."[citation needed]

Interstate and overseas residents are able to subscribe to the publication and have it delivered by post.

It is one of only three "broad-spectrum non-Murdoch print media" publications in Adelaide, the others being SA Life and The Independent Weekly.[2][3] It is/was owned by the Spanish publisher Javier Moll.[2][4][5][6]

History[edit]

The Adelaide Review has existed in a number of forms since the 1980s,[7][8] as both a magazine and a newspaper. The first edition came out in March 1984.

In the year April 2003–March 2004, CAB-audited average monthly circulation was 38,642.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Owen, Michael (June 9, 2013). Respected journalist Christopher Pearson dies in Adelaide The Australian. Retrieved June 9, 2013.
  2. ^ a b Michael Jacobs, Adelaide liable to lose voices, The Adelaide Review Archives. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
  3. ^ Richard Aedy, A Paper of Record, 31 March 2005, The Media Report, Radio National transcript, abc.net.au. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
  4. ^ Margaret Simons, More on the Adelaide Review Dust Up, 27 January 2010, crickey.com.au. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
  5. ^ Hendrick Gout, The Premier, the newspaper boss, and the secret deal, 22 March 2008, The Independent Weekly. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
  6. ^ Meredith Booth, Spaniard's $2.4 million loss, 26 February 2007, The Advertiser. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
  7. ^ The Adelaide Review, The Media Report, 18 February 1999, Radio National transcript, www.abc.net.au. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.
  8. ^ a b Advertising in The Adelaide Review, August 2004, The Adelaide Review Archives. Retrieved 2 Aug 2010.

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