Future Publishing is on the hunt for an ad manager and sales
executive for a new magazine aimed at the 3D creative industry.
Launching in July, 3D World will target 3D enthusiasts and professionals
who work in animation, graphics and film.
Future has created the magazine following the success of a special 3D
edition of Computer Arts, which was published in December.
The publisher claims to have sold out of all 15,000 copies.
According to Future, 3D World will be the first magazine dedicated to
this market. Editorially, the title will feature industry news and
profiles, ’walkthroughs’ - step-by-step software guides - and product
It will be more consumer focused than its closest UK rival, CGI
published by MDI.
The advertising staff are likely to be located in Bath but if good
candidates from London apply, the office may be set up in the
3D World will publish monthly with a premium cover price of pounds 5.
Every issue will carry a covermounted CD offering free software demos
and other technical aids. It will launch with 100 pages, a 50,000 print
run and a settle-down sales target of 30,000.
There are 20 pages reserved for advertising, which will feature 3D
graphics stockists and manufacturers. The sales team will target
recruitment advertisers once the magazine is established.
Publisher Paul Pettengale believes there will be a significant market
for the magazine overseas. With this in mind, Future is launching a
website - www.3dworldmag.com - in April in advance of the magazine
Pettengale said: ’There is a US magazine called 3D but we believe we can
produce something better and use our US associate, Imagine Media, to