The next issue of Leopold Method print edition will be released in October 2017. Leopold Method print edition will now become a larger annual book rather than a journal format
Publisher Shaun Mooney is interviewed by Teo Pellizzeri on SEN Radio’s All Night Appetite about Leopold Method’s role within football media.
Leopold Method’s publisher Shaun Mooney is interviewed by John Davidson for AdNews.
Football publication Leopold Method will bring its intelligent, insightful football analysis to the airwaves by launching a weekly one-hour show on one of Sydney’s largest community radio stations 2SER 107.3.
The Australian football community has overwhelmingly supported Leopold Method’s crowdfunding campaign to produce a quarterly print edition, with the publication exceeding its target of $21,500 by 19%, raising a total of $25,727.
Football publication Leopold Method has announced that Roy Hay, Australia’s most renowned football historian and author, will be contributing to the first issue of their quarterly print edition.
Football publication Leopold Method launches crowdfunding campaign today at 11.00am (AEST), to help raise funds for a quarterly print edition.
A target of $21,500 has been set to help fund the first year of production. The campaign is hosted on crowdfunding site Pozible.
Football publication Leopold Method has today announced it will be launching a quarterly print edition in November this year. This is a major step forward for the new media operation as it moves from being a collaboration of football writers to a publishing company.
Six new contributors will be joining football publication Leopold Method for the 2014-15 A-League season. The new contributors have written and presented for SBS, Guardian Australia, FFA and FourFourTwo; and include experienced journalists, an academic and Australia’s top football statistician.
Football publication Leopold Method has appointed feature writer Joe Gorman as editor. The appointment is one of the major changes in strategy for the online publication as it moves from being collaboration of football writers to a publishing company.
Two Guardian Australia writers won prizes at the Football Fans Downunder Awards on Friday night.
Kate Cohen was named digital writer of the year and Joe Gorman won blogger of the year for their work on Guardian Australia and Leopold Method. The results were based on votes from more than 15,000 fans across Australia.