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IQ launches new digital subscription

Subscribers benefit from unlimited access to all content, including exclusive features, insight and comment, as well as all back issues

By IQ on 02 Dec 2020

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Starting today (2 December), IQ is asking its most loyal readers to help keep making our work possible by joining our new digital subscription service.

IQ digital subscribers benefit from unlimited access to all our industry-leading content – including subscriber-exclusive features, insight and comment from industry leaders, and access to every edition of IQ Magazine and all our annual reports – for just £5.99 a month.

With every corner of the business still feeling the effects of the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, many people have turned to IQ as a key online source of information and guidance as the industry navigates this uncertain time.

Digital subscribers benefit from unlimited access to all our industry-leading content, including every issue of IQ Magazine

In order for us to be able to continue to provide this resource as live music adapts to its new normal, we need your support. That’s why we’ve introduced the new subscription, which allows you to support IQ while we reward you with premium, subscriber-only features. And we’ll be launching many more subscriber-only features and directories over the coming months.

This means that regular readers (people who view more than ten articles a month) will now be prompted to sign up when they reach their free article limit.

So for the price of a beer in London, or a month of Disney+ (and, unlike Disney+, IQ is updated every day), you can ensure we’re able to keep bringing you the stories that matter through these unprecedented times.

Click here to subscribe for just £5.99 a month, or £60 for the year, or get in touch with us at subscriptions@iq-mag.net for bulk and company-wide subscriptions.


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