Over the 39 years between Drum Corps World’s first edition in October 1971 and the final printed issue in April 2011, a total of 766 issues were produced, totaling 15, 556 pages of material. That’s an average of 398 pages per year.
Since Drum Corps World went on-line May 1, the total number of pages produced in five interactive monthly issues (May, June, July, August and September) and seven e-mail PDF blasts (June 22, July 8, July 15, July 22, August 5 and August 22) totals 552.
And did you know it’s all FREE?
That’s right! You can now sign up for a FREE subscription to Drum Corps World. You’ll receive an e-mail every time we release another issue and when you take a look at the new one, you can also review all of the past issues.
To get started, please visit www.high-velocity-media.com and register. The only information we need is your first and last name, your e-mail address and there’s a pull-down menu where you indicate what country you live in. It’s that simple.
If you want to peruse any of the back issues once you’ve registered, all you have to do is go to the www.high-velocity-media.com Web site and they’re all there for your viewing pleasure.
What are you waiting for? Join the 15,000 fans who have already started reading the drum and bugle corps activity’s most comprehensive and up-to-date magazine. You can catch up on what you’ve missed at your convenience.
And don’t forget all the historic CDs (208 titles dated from 1950 to 1980, representing more than 500 different junior and senior corps), DVDs (1967, 1971, 1972, 1974, 1975, 1976) and five books (1,800 pages, more than 6,000 photographs) for sale on our Web site. If you want to know where the activity came from and what’s been happening over the last 90 years, check out the content on our Web site – www.drumcorpsworld.com.
We also have an active Facebook page that has interesting and timely material added daily by staff members Dave Scott and Mike Ferlazzo, including a photo-of-the-day (Monday is a DCI corps, Tuesday is a DCA corps, Wednesday is a foreign corps, Thursday is an alumni or mini-corps and Friday is a corps from history) and a “Did you know?”-of-the-day by Brian Tolzmann, plus current news links to the latest details about all the junior, all-age, alumni and foreign corps. Head over to www.facebook/.com/drumcorpsworld to check it out!