Denizen’s commitment to magazine publishing

Over the past eight weeks the Denizen team have been fully committed to producing engaging editorial content that has kept local businesses at the forefront of people’s minds. Our increase in online content has resulted in our website traffic doubling over this period, our social media following increasing substantially, and we’ve welcomed more subscribers to our Denizen Weekly newsletter. All of which puts Denizen in a fantastic position to continue with both our online and magazine publishing.

For decades magazines have been widely loved for their ability to chronicle the times. This current period of uncertainty is no different. Right now exists an extraordinary opportunity as journalists to document the feeling of the time, and to share stories of how collectively our local brands are pivoting to respond to what the future holds.

It’s also no secret that currently Denizen is one of the only credible magazines remaining in the NZ marketplace, so we feel a strong responsibility to uphold the concept of quality magazine publishing at this time.

In our twelve strong years of independent publishing, we have carved out our own niche by creating content that informs, entertains and inspires through unique and innovative storytelling. If any media business is qualified to successfully navigate the road ahead, it is Denizen. 

Our forthcoming Winter issue will share stories of how our local Denizens are pivoting to respond to what the future holds. We’ll profile the movers, shakers and the innovators who are seizing this rare opportunity to evolve and embrace our new way of life.

As readers and supporters, we thank you again for your ongoing encouragement, we’re positive that together we can create a brighter future for us all.

Our winter issue will be released on 30th June 2020.

For any advertising enquiries please email: [email protected]


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