Talk:Rock's Backpages

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Non-free publication[edit]

The problem with this article is that it is solely an advertisement to buy a subscription to a non-free publication. It should be deleted for that reason.Mx96 22:16, 1 August 2011 (UTC)

old talk[edit]

This page is about a legitimate online database of journalism and should not be deleted. Pringbat 11:28, 8 October 2006 (UTC)Mark Pringle

can you prove notability? ST47Talk 11:31, 8 October 2006 (UTC)

Check out the review on the Library Journal website Over 20 Colleges and Universities have taken out institutional subscriptions to Rocks Backpages, including NYU, Penn State, UCLA, Wesleyan and Berklee College of Music in the USA and the Universities of Central England, Leeds, Liverpool John Moores and Gloucester in the UK.

Furthermore, it was rated amongst the top music website's by both the Observer and Sunday Telegraph newspapers in the UK, amongst many other reviews in the mainstream press, and we have had a collection of articles from the site published by Bloomsbury.

Pringbat 11:48, 8 October 2006 (UTC)Mark