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Mike Hanlon launched Gizmag in 2002 as a print magazine with a companion website. By 2004, Gizmag had ceased printing the magazine.
In 2007, Gizmag began publishing video reviews which include Loz Blain's series of motorcycle road test videos.
By the end of 2011, Gizmag was being visited by over 2.5 million unique visitors per month.
In 2009, Gizmag editor Noel McKeegan was selected to sit on a panel of around 100 academics, professional designers and journalists to choose the winner of the prestigious International BraunPrize.
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