BeatRoute Magazine

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BeatRoute Magazine[1] is a monthly music paper published in Calgary. With a circulation of 10,000, the paper is distributed in Calgary, Edmonton and Lethbridge, Banff, and Canmore. A British Columbia edition sees distribution in Vancouver, Victoria and Nanaimo. Although primarily focused on music, BeatRoute also publishes articles on art, columns and film reviews.[2] Its targeted readership initially was a younger age group than other similar publications.[3]

The paper started in 2004.[4] Its founder and editor-in-chief is Brad Simm[5][6] and its general manager is Glenn Alderson.[7]


  1. ^ About BeatRoute. Archived August 23, 2011, at the Wayback Machine.
  2. ^ Beat Route
  3. ^ Birdfly, Leslie (11 August 2005). "Music: August looks adorable", Fast Forward Weekly, p. 6.
  4. ^ (27 August 2009). "Jay Reatard, Pet Shop Boys and Cool Kids Lead This Week's Can't Miss Concerts", Exclaim! Retrieved 10 January 2014. "...the Beatroute 5th anniversary".
  5. ^ Volmers, Eric (14 February 2009). "Filmmaker got serious about pop music", Calgary Herald, p. C1.
  6. ^ Bell, Mike (25 August 2012). "Celebrated Herald music writer's legacy lives on", Calgary Herald, p. C1.
  7. ^ BeatRoute: Contact

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