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  • Monocle bets on audio
  • Monocle bets on audio
    Emily Orpin (2012) ©
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Monocle bets on audio

Monocle, the ‘global briefing’ mag for the affluent, has always sat apart from industry trends. While other publishers pursued the online free-for-all, Monocle upped its subscription price and expanded into podcasts. Now it’s planning a move into traditional radio broadcasting.

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