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Drum Media

Drum Media is a free weekly tabloid-sized music and lifestyle magazine (street press) established in 1990 and based in Sydney, Australia. It is distributed throughout Sydney, Wollongong, Newcastle and Canberra, and surrounding districts. A separate weekly issue began circulating in Perth in September 2006. The magazine is released every Tuesday (every Thursday in Perth). Publishers Craig and Leigh Treweek bought the publication in February 2006 and consolidated it and Melbourne street magazine Inpress under the Street Press Australia banner. Craig Treweek said at the time that "This is a great opportunity to build a strong music media outlet that is supportive of the local music scene at a grass roots level."

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Drum Media - Competitors
... All of Drum Media's original advertising and editorial staff had previously been employed at On the Street ... Established in 1989, 3D World is the alternative music lifestyle magazine to Drum Media with an emphasis on electronica, hip hop and R B ... In June 2009, Drum Media parent company Street Press Australia acquired 3D World ...

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