Spaced Out Magazine: Fall Issue by SOM NetworksSpaced Out Magazine: Fall Issue by SOM Networks

Spaced Out Magazine: Fall Issue

bySOM Networks

Paperback | November 6, 2015

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Spaced Out Magazine will be releasing its latest issue on November 2015. The business and entertainment magazine Spaced Out has done it again with the release of its latest issue. Covered by singer/songwriter Veronika Mudra, this issue explores the various topics of todays hottest music, fashion, entertainment, events, culture, & more. Veronika has recently released new music video for “Camera” and discusses her plans in the music industry in her exclusive interview for this issue.

This will be the first issue the publication has done a full 80 page content orientated theme for its subscribers, giving a look at what's to come for the magazine and the brand itself. Also releasing simultaneously to the magazine will be a documentary called culture shock, explaining community perceptions on media and its influence on societies statistics.

Within this issue, exclusive interviews from Marcc Rose gives details of an upcoming biopic for the late Tupac Shakur. Love and Hip Hop Atlanta’s Sina Bina gets personal on her relationship with Young Joc, and Bone Thugs & Harmony’s F3LECIA gives inside details on new reality show.

SOM Networks was founded by Celebrity journalist Rueben Wood. Upon founding the media company it has become the a leading force in entertainment and business. SOM Networks houses 2 magazines, 2 radio stations, its signature television network, and a host of sites/blogs. The network plans to launch officially in March 2016, with its ch...
Title:Spaced Out Magazine: Fall IssueFormat:PaperbackDimensions:62 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.17 inPublished:November 6, 2015Publisher:Spaced Out MagazineLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1944241973

ISBN - 13:9781944241971