Where (magazine)

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Where Magazine
Categories Tourism
Frequency monthly
Circulation 2,186,284
Year founded 1938
Company  • Asia City Media Group (Asia)
 • Morris Visitor Publications (global)
 • St. Joseph Media (Canada)
Country Multiple (see prose)
Based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, Augusta, Ga US
Website where.ca, Where Canada wheretraveler.com
ISSN (see prose) Multiple (see prose)
OCLC number Multiple (see prose)

'"Where" is a global travel media brand publishing a series of magazines (Where magazine), coffee-table style books (Where GuestBook), maps (Where Map), travel guides (Where QuickGuide), menu guides (Epicure and Where Menu Guide) and websites (wheretraveler.com, wheremilan.com, wheremagazines.com.au) and apps (Where Traveler City Guide, available for iOS devices) for travelers and tourists. The print publications are distributed at hotels, convention centers, information centers, regional malls and other tourist areas.[1]

History[edit]

The original edition was founded in 1938.

Publishers[edit]

Throughout most of the world, the magazine's editions are published by Morris Visitor Publications; it is published in Canada by St. Joseph Media and in Asia by Asia City Media Group.

Editions[edit]

Asia[edit]

(all published by Asia City Media Group)

  • Where Hong Kong (Hong Kong)
  • Where Hong Kong Chinese edition (Hong Kong), aimed at Mainland Chinese tourists; launched in September 2012
  • Where Macau (Macau) – launched in December 2003[2]

Australia[edit]

(all published by Morris Visitor Publications) [3]

  • Where Sydney
  • Where Melbourne
  • Where Brisbane

Europe[edit]

(all published by Morris Visitor Publications)

North America[edit]

(all published by Morris Visitor Publications in United States, all published by St. Joseph Media in Canada, except as noted)

Canada[edit]

(all published by St. Joseph Media, except as noted)

United States[edit]

(all published by Morris Visitor Publications)

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.wheretraveler.com/about-us
  2. ^ Staff (December 2003). "Where Macau Launched". Macau Travel Talk. Macau Government Tourist Office. Retrieved 1 September 2011. 
  3. ^ http://morris.com/news/morris-visitor-publications-expand-australia

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