Prakasha Publishing Ltd has launched a title designed to inform, educate and entertain the influential supply chain in the United Kingdom.
ChannelEye, (channeleye.co.uk) is edited by industry veteran Mike Magee. The editorial team that launched another channel title this time last year, will upset the apple cart and provide hard hitting news, interviews and pithy comment that reflect the concerns of distributors, resellers and the rest of the community.
“It’s high time that stuffy, old fashioned channel magazines whether online or in print are consigned to the dustbin of history,” Magee said. “The supply chain continues to be essential to deliver vendors’ offerings to end users. We will break the mould and deliver essential information to the key players in the market.”
“This is a fantastic development for IDG” suggests Jonny Busse, head of the IDG Tech Network. “Commercially representing this website will now allow IDGUK a strong presence in this important marketplace with ChannelEye offering a clean and unique style coupled with hard hitting content”
In addition to news, ChannelEye will cover wider matters including reviews, interviews with key players, moves in the industry, product information, gossip, and sparky, solid information. Avoiding re-cycled press releases, ChannelEye will avoid business jargon that only marketers understand, and will deliver gritty and realistic depictions of stuff that matters to the channel.
About Prakasha Publishing Ltd. Prakasha, headed by CEO Mike Magee, already publishes well respected technology title TechEye. Founder of both the Register and the Inquirer, Magee was listed as the 35th most influential person in UK technology by the Daily Telegraph. He can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org He brings on board a team of journalists that has close contacts in the channel and the wider IT community.