New York, NY (PRWEB) October 12, 2008
On October 14, 2008, Beyond Race will be re-launching its publication with the release of their Fall 2008 issue. After securing an International distribution deal with RCS National and International Newsstand Distributors, Beyond Race enlisted world class designer, Maurizio Masi, to execute a complete re-design of the magazine, including a re-vamping of the layout and an eye-catching new logo, representative of the cutting edge content Beyond Race is best known for.
For the upcoming issue, everything has been improved on, from the enlistment of more established writers, to the introduction of a photographic section, featuring the work of a number of globally renowned photographers. Beyond Race has stepped into the arts and culture arena begging no ones pardon, going pound for pound and rapidly establishing itself as the new media giant in music and culture.
Founded in 2005 by David Terra, Beyond Race has taken a guerilla marketing approach to building a devoted fan base through the development of a multi-media brand. In addition to their print version, Beyond Race has and will continue to use the internet as a tool to spread its influence.
http://www.BeyondRace.com is a daily updated site with constantly increasing web traffic, while the Beyond Newsletter, along with active MySpace and Facebook pages, keeps the Beyond Race worldwide audience connected. In addition to broadcasting a bi-weekly radio show worldwide on I-Tunes radio, Beyond TV has produced approximately 200 videos of unique programming during the past two years, combining for over 500,000 unique views on its YouTube channel.
As Beyond Race prepares for its monumental re-launch and International debut, they are aggressively seeking wider distribution to better accommodate their worldwide following. Beyond Race currently enjoys distribution throughout North America at Barnes & Noble, Borders, Virgin Mega Store, as well as numerous University bookstores, regional chains, and thousands of independent retailers. With their upcoming issue, Beyond Race will be expanding to a number of airport bookstores, as well as finer retailers in China, Japan, United Kingdom, France, Spain, Germany, and Italy.
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