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Print and the revolution: online music mags hit the stands

Nadine O’Regan

Arts Editor and Columnist

@nadineoregan
8th February, 2015
James Hendicott and Aidan Cuffe of Golden Plec. Picture: Feargal Ward

It looks like vinyl isn’t the only medium capable of staging a comeback.

Despite continuing difficult economic conditions for print publishers, a new wave of online publications are making the ambitious transition to print, while retaining their online entities as part of their core brand.

Earlier this month, Dublin-based music website GoldenPlec launched its first print issue, featuring Irish band Kodaline on its cover.

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