South Scope

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South Scope
Southscope fourth anniversary.jpg
Cover of the special edition issued on its fourth anniversary featuring actress Kajal Aggarwal.
Editor Rohit
Frequency Monthly
Year founded 2009
Company Silver Scope Media & Entertainment Pvt. Ltd.
Country India
Based in Chennai
Language English
Website www.southscope.in

Southscope is an Indian based, monthly, English-language film magazine which focuses on South Indian films, film personalities and the industry. It is being promoted by Geetha Arts and owned by Allu Sirish, son of Allu Aravind and younger brother of Allu Arjun.[1]

History[edit]

Southscope was established in 2009.[2] Allu Sirish is the founder and advisor.[1] Managing editor is Aruna R Krishnan, also senior editor and publisher of Ritz, a lifestyle magazine.

The magazine is based in Chennai and is published on a monthly basis.[1]

Distribution[edit]

Southscope is available on Indian news stands and in foreign markets - United States, Malaysia, Far East, Middle East and Europe. The magazine has 6 lacs (600,000) readers and its digital editions reach more than 10 countries worldwide.[citation needed]

Features[edit]

Southscope features reports on current film productions, reports on film industry parties, events attended by stars, and industry news, covering Telugu, Tamil, Malayalam and Kannada film industries.

It includes articles and interviews with industry personalities, as well as reports on film making techniques and editorial features.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c "Allu Sirish's South Scope film magazine launched". Cherry Fans. Retrieved 22 June 2016. 
  2. ^ "South Scope – First English Language Magazine on South Indian Cinema". Film Zest. 8 October 2009. Retrieved 22 June 2016. 

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