Publisher Future nets hat-trick of top media industry awards

May 8, 2013

Bath-based media group Future has been named Media Company of the Year at the British Media Awards.

The victory follows accolades at the Association of Online Publishers and Professional Publishers Association awards for Consumer Digital Publisher of the Year, making Future the only media company to have held all three titles in one year.

Future emerged the biggest winner on the night at the British Media Awards, collecting the Media Marketing Team trophy for Mollie Makes and the Print Product of the Year title for Digital Camera.

Digital Camera became the market-leading photography magazine in February, breaking a decades-long dominance from established publisher Bauer. Mollie Makes, launched in May 2011, has quickly established itself as the UK’s number one contemporary craft magazine.

Future sold more than 24m magazines last year, and 3m products powered by its in-house app-creation software FutureFolio.

CEO Mark Wood said: “It was fantastic to pick up the big award of the night, especially following our wins at the AOP and PPA awards. Coming on top of recognition for Digital Camera and Mollie Makes, this shown that Future continues to be seen in the media world as a pioneer and digital leader. It is wonderful to see this company and, above all, our creative teams, getting the recognition so richly deserved.”


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