The August 2009 issue of Gaffa
|First issue||September 1983|
|Country||Denmark Sweden Norway|
|Language||Danish, Swedish and Norwegian|
|Website||gaffa.dk, gaffa.se and gaffa.com|
Gaffa is a free Danish music magazine, published on a monthly basis since 1983. The magazine is distributed to places such as educational institutions, record shops, libraries and cafés, as well as a small number to paying subscribers. It features music news and notes, interviews, album reviews and upcoming concert schedules.
In 2008 GAFFA launched GAFFA live - a concert overview for Denmark, Sweden and Norway.
In April 2006, Gaffa launched a user-written music encyclopedia, GAFFApedia, as a subsection of its website. Based on MediaWiki, it is similar to Wikipedia and covered by the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike licence.
GAFFApedia was closed in 2010.
Gaffa presented a further branch of the existing Danish magazine in January 2010, expanding into Sweden and later, in September 2011, also expanded to Norway.
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- "Danske Creative Commons projekter" (in Danish). Creative Commons. Retrieved 30 June 2009.
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