Pam Communications is the publisher of Electronic Sound, a magazine aimed at fans of electronic music. Since launch in 2016, the magazine has a worldwide distribution of over 10,000 magazines and is sold in WHSmith and Sainsburys. The company projects £428k revenue for the year 2017-18.
Pam Communications is a special interest magazine publishing house. Our first title, Electronic Sound, is aimed at electronic music fans.
Having started as an iPad title, Electronic Sound is now also a print magazine - with over 6,700 copies distributed in the UK and 3,300 on export.
May 2013: Launch of iPad edition of Electronic Sound
May 2014: Incorporated and first investment raise of £175,000
March 2015: Electronic Sound is Number One in iTunes' free film & music magazines
July 2016: Launch of print edition
November 2016: The print title is on sale in 280 branches of WH SMith and 65+ Sainsbury's stores
April 2017: Monthly revenue of £16,900, an increase of 128% from January
The magazine has a social media following of 20,000+ and has support from key music industry figures and other celebrities, including New Order, Underworld, BBC 6 Music's Stuart Maconie, Gary Numan, comedian Matt Berry and Gadget Show presenter Jason Bradbury.
Pam Communications plan to launch more magazines in the next two to three years, with the aim to adopt a flexible and disruptive approach to magazine publishing, exploring new ideas in the digital space and with lower risk one-off titles.
We are interested in the following subject areas for future titles:
- Craft beer
- Photography and filmmaking
- Comedy and satire
- Other music genres