Hot Press is a fortnightly music and politics magazine based in Dublin, Ireland founded in June 1977. The magazine has been edited since its inception by Niall Stokes. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it had a circulation of 19,215 during 2007. It has won a number of PPAI Awards, including Website of the Year (2003 & 2007), Magazine of the Year (2002) and Publisher of the Year (2004) and has been cited by independent sources such as The Irish Times and the British based NME.

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  • Hot Press is a fortnightly music and politics magazine based in Dublin, Ireland founded in June 1977. The magazine has been edited since its inception by Niall Stokes. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it had a circulation of 19,215 during 2007. It has won a number of PPAI Awards, including Website of the Year (2003 & 2007), Magazine of the Year (2002) and Publisher of the Year (2004) and has been cited by independent sources such as The Irish Times and the British based NME. Rory Gallagher featured on the cover of the first issue. The magazine title is a play on the term "hot press", a common Irish term referring to a domestic airing cupboard. The magazine has featured interviews with politicians, breaking stories that are later covered by national and international news agencies. It is also known for having conducted one of the last interviews with the model Katy French before her death in 2007. Other issues discussed during its existence include abuses within the Catholic Church. In 2005, the Irish Examiner said: "Hot Press still gives a platform to Irish music" and is "a vital outlet for up and coming Irish music and music writers, having given starts to Declan Lynch, Liam Mackey and Liam Fay". The newspaper included Hot Press editor Niall Stokes in its top fifty list of "most important and influential people in Irish music during 2005".
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  • Continuing their involvement with U2, Hot Press released a double cover edition featuring Bono in July 2009 just before the U2 360° Tour shows at Croke Park, Dublin.
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  • Continuing their involvement with U2, Hot Press released a double cover edition featuring Bono in July 2009 just before the U2 360° Tour shows at Croke Park, Dublin.
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  • Hot Press is a fortnightly music and politics magazine based in Dublin, Ireland founded in June 1977. The magazine has been edited since its inception by Niall Stokes. According to the Audit Bureau of Circulations, it had a circulation of 19,215 during 2007. It has won a number of PPAI Awards, including Website of the Year (2003 & 2007), Magazine of the Year (2002) and Publisher of the Year (2004) and has been cited by independent sources such as The Irish Times and the British based NME.
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