LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM; 26 MAY, 2023 – NME Networks announces the sale of Uncut to Kelsey Media. The deal – which includes the brand’s print publications, social and digital assets completed earlier today.
Holly Bishop, Chief Operating and Commercial Officer at NME Networks says: “Since 1997, Uncut’s commitment to championing the past, present and future of great music has been exceptional. The quality of journalism and robust integrity of the award-winning team remains outstanding.
“While we celebrate all that Uncut has achieved over the past 25 years, we recognise the value that Kelsey Media’s extensive experience in passion-led publishing can bring to Uncut. Under their new ownership, we’re confident that Uncut will continue to thrive and delight its audience of music obsessives around the world.”
Steve Wright, Chief Executive Officer of Kelsey Media, adds: “We are excited to have the opportunity to welcome Uncut into our business, and look forward to working with the team on its future development.”
All Uncut staff have transferred with the sale. There will be no interruption to Uncut’s publishing schedule.
ABOUT NME NETWORKS
NME Networks is a global, next-generation media group that views the wider world of pop culture through the lens of music and connects artists and brands to music-obsessed audiences. Our portfolio of popular music-journalism brands, comprising NME, Guitar.com and MusicTech, takes audiences on a lifelong journey through musicianship and fandom. NME Networks is a part of Caldecott Music Group.
ABOUT KELSEY MEDIA
Kelsey Media is one of the fastest-growing media businesses in the UK. Founded more than 30 years ago, the independently owned publisher has rapidly grown from a traditional print publisher into a pioneering media network that reaches millions of people every day in ways that are relevant to them. At last count, Kelsey Media’s portfolio consisted of more than 80 multi-media brands including Stuff, Amateur Photographer, Mens Fitness, Motorsport News and Fast Car.