Standard (magazine)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Standard
Editor Magali Aubert, Richard Gaitet
Categories culture, fashion, lifestyle
Format A4
First issue 2004
Company Faites le zéro
Language French
Website www.standardmagazine.com
ISSN 1636-4511

Standard is the name of two different magazines published in France and in Serbia. The French quarterly culture and fashion magazine Standard is published in Paris since 2004. The Serbian weekly newsmagazine Standard was established in 2006 as a print magazine; its print edition was disestablished in 2009.

French culture and fashion magazine[edit]

The idea to create Standard magazine was born of a desire to fill a shortage in the French press at the time which had no support for an emerging public interested in culture and fashion alike. Standard stands out by combining the cultural heritage of the French independent press (Actuel, Technikart) and the freshness and design of creative English titles (i-D, Dazed&Confused). It is aimed at a creative, urban readership aged between 16 and 45 years.[1]

Serbian news magazine[edit]

Naslovna34sm.jpg

The magazine was sold under the mantra "Sve novine u jednoj" and its editor-in-chief duties are performed by Željko Cvijanović. In addition to its editor, Standard's main columnists are Simonida Kažić and Zdravko Brkić. On June 12, 2009 after 159 issues, it was announced that Standard would cease with publishing in print format issue due to financial difficulties and switch over into activities as a web magazine on standard.rs location. The last print issue was #159 on June 4, 2009.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Standard media kit, on the Standard website, April 13, 2012.

External links[edit]