Strike Magazine Revenue and Competitors

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Tallahassee, FL USA



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  • Strike Magazine's estimated annual revenue is currently $142.8M per year.(i)
  • Strike Magazine's estimated revenue per employee is $303,750

Employee Data

  • Strike Magazine has 470 Employees.(i)
  • Strike Magazine grew their employee count by 5% last year.
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Strike Magazine is a semesterly student-lead publication that dives deeply into beauty, style, and culture. Launched in December 2016, Strike Magazine is the leading lifestyle authority on Florida State University's campus with a dynamic print and online media presence. Our mission is to produce a lifestyle publication that exemplifies diversity, individuality, and creativity in all forms. Our purpose is to embrace the unique attributes of all individuals and yield a deep appreciation for fashion, art, and pop culture. Our goal is to guide our members to professionalism by offering the opportunity to gain experience in various areas such as digital media, public relations, styling, advertising, writing, editing, and finance. We are a group of students who are enthusiastic creatives, each holding our own visions, perspectives, and ideas. We take pride in doing what has not been done before, and coming together to break conventional standards in image, content, and design.



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Strike Magazine News

2022-04-19 - The Future of Baseball Might Include Robot Umpires

Using radar technology, a new automated ball-strike system is meant to improve the game of baseball with a more precise strike zone.

2022-04-17 - Strike Magazine Strikes Again with Issue 03 | Features ...

While each publication is a little different, they all focus on culture, art, and fashion. According to its website, Strike Magazine is the...

2022-04-17 - CommonWealth Magazine

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