Is wire a magazine?
Publication history. The Wire is a monthly magazine that specialises in a diverse spectrum of avant-garde and experimental music.
Who owns Wire magazine?
Ownership Structure The Wire is owned by the Foundation of Independent Journalism. The Foundation of Independent Journalism is a not for profit organization and its shares are equally divided among the founding editors Siddharth Varadarajan (33.3%), Sidharth Bhatia (33.3%) and Mangalam Kesavan Venu (33.3%).
How do you get published in the wire?
Write or photograph for us! The Wire is always looking for new contributors. If you’re interested in reporting or photography, please send an e-mail to [email protected] and let us know what you want to write about.
Is The Wire funded by Congress?
The Independent and Public Spirited Media Foundation has provided The Wire with funding as well. The Wire’s founding is construed to be a result of, and reaction to, a political environment that has “discouraged dissent” against the present Indian ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.
How does The Wire make money?
The Wire is registered as a non-profit and sustains itself through contributions from readers like yourself, grants from foundations and some advertising revenue. Other smaller sources of revenue includes events and content syndication.
Who owns Foundation for Independent Journalism?
Directors of Foundation For Independent Journalism are Siddharth Vardarajan, Mangalam Venu Kesavan and Sidharth Roshanlal Bhatia. Foundation For Independent Journalism’s Corporate Identification Number is (CIN) U74140DL2015NPL285224 and its registration number is 285224.
Who are the investors in the wire?
|Investor Name||Lead Investor||Partners|
|UVC Partners||Yes||Ingo Potthof|
|Elysium Venture Capital||—||Nikolai Oreshkin|