1stCar makes content available to RSOs
1stCar magazine has launched a content syndication programme to make its content available to road safety teams.
1stCar magazine has sold more than one million copies, and enjoyed an estimated readership of 2.5 million, since its first print run five years ago.
James Evans, founder and publisher, says: “To produce the 17 issues we’ve penned more than 150,000 words and taken more than 5,000 photographs, all of which with the young driver firmly in mind.
“The vast majority of this content is as fresh today as it’s ever been; that’s why we’ve decided to launch a content syndication programme, to get it off our hard-disks and where it should be – in front of young drivers.
“Because this content is already written and paid for, we are able to licence it at very reasonable rates.”
For further information contact James Evans.
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