Replacing former editor Steven White, who has left to pursue a fresh venture, Tim is now in charge of all editorial and product reviews.
FQ Magazine is published quarterly and targets men whose lifestyles have changed due to having children, but are still interested in fashion, cars and gadgets. Celebrity parents have created an image of dads that like to lavish themselves, and families, with consumer products like designer pushchairs and designer clothes.
Tim had a 10-year career in radio and TV before becoming a freelance journalist. The dad-of-three has contributed to the likes of British GQ and continues to write, present videos and record voice-overs for many other outlets. Commenting on his appointment, Tim said: “It’s exciting to be appointed editor of such a renowned lifestyle publication.
“As well as the quarterly magazine, we have a content heavy website, so we’re always looking for online news stories and product samples to review. We’ve started to record podcasts especially for dads, too – so I look forward to ensuring FQ goes from strength to strength.”
All news releases and invitations to review products should be sent to: email@example.com.
More About the FQ Brand
FQ launched on the newsstand in 2003 and quickly became a fantastic success. With its online offer, fqmagazine.co.uk, the FQ brand has further extended its reach whilst retaining a unique audience and demographic.
FQ ONLINE Audience Reach
FQ ONLINE audience currently tracks as follows – largely ABC1 and 64% male between the ages of 24 – 54, with 28% female between 26 – 44 years old. Of these, circa 59% have had or are having their first child, and 26% have two children or more. In addition to this, we have a grandparent (57+) following of around 8%, of which 62% is female and 38% is male.