A new publishing company has acquired Scarlet Magazine, the “magazine dedicated to celebrating the sex lives and relationships of women” and will re-launch the former print periodical later this month as a digital-only title.
Scarlet Publishing Ltd has been formed by Rebekah Billingsley, former Digital Publishing Director of BBC Worldwide and Wes Stanton, owner of Blaze Publishing Limited, who have incorporated the company specifically to relaunch Scarlet Magazine as a digital title.
Scarlet Magazine was initially a print magazine started in November 2004 which ceased publication in June 2010, a little over a year after it was sold by Blaze Publishing to Trojan Publishing. The magazine was billed as “Cosmo’s sexier, raunchier, cooler younger sister”.
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