By Chenlu Li
ACE is a free monthly online lifestyle magazine which looks at the life and times of young people in Huddersfield. It stands for Arts, Culture, and Expression, which gives you a good idea of what kinds of topics this new magazine will be looking at. We are encouraging readers to seek and experience news and events happening in Huddersfield by creating a kind of immersive online reading platform.
The ACE project is led by Kirklees Local Television (KLTV) and a team of five ambitious individuals who all have much passion and creativity to find the beauty of Huddersfield from diverse aspects.
Featuring unique, interesting insights from our reporters in Huddersfield. ACE offers five flexible chapters of content each month including fashion, music, history, humanity and diversity. Each page originates from ideas around life and combines essential news, stunning photography, interactive videos and in-depth interviews, all delivered with humour, honesty and freshness that you won’t find elsewhere.
Our first issue will debut in the middle of March on KLTV’s brand new news website named ‘Huddersfield I’.
ACE will soon have it’s own dedicated social media channels, you’ll be able to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Snapchat.
You can also email ACE at email@example.com if you’re interested in contributing. If you’ve got a buring issue you want to talk about, we want to be the platform to support you!
We’re excited to bring you a new take on lifestyle in Huddersfield, and we hope you look forward to the first issue!
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