Our journalists and designers have experience working with some of the biggest names in publishing and those high standards are at the heart of our contract publishing service.

No fuss but plenty of flair, we provide totally outsourced solutions to publishers and organisations – from concept to delivery, design to editorial and print sourcing.

From handbooks to magazines, camera-ready pages to websites, we deliver a fully-integrated solution and your needs are at the centre of our service.

Case Studies

Aviva Premiership Magazine

Since 2014, Sportsbeat have produced the annual official Aviva Premiership Rugby magazine.

From design to sourcing and commissioning content to sub-editing and production, the 100-page magazine was edited by senior journalist Charlie Talbot-Smith.

In addition, Sportsbeat worked with England rugby legend Jonny Wilkinson in the build-up to the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England to produce his authorised guide to the tournament.

Team GB guides & handbooks

The British Olympic Association have commissioned Sportsbeat to design, edit and print their official team handbooks for the London 2012, Sochi 2014, Rio 2016 and PyeongChang 2018 Olympics.

In addition, Sportsbeat produced the official handbook for Team GB at the 2015 European Games in Baku, Team England, at the 2014 and 2018 Commonwealth Games, and Paralympics GB at the 2016 & 2018 Games.

“Sportsbeat totally took the hassle out of the production of our team handbook and media guide. It’s an invaluable asset for team members and media and they produced a first-class job under intense time pressures and lots of scrutiny,” said Team GB’s Phil Wilkinson.

Camera-ready page production

Sportsbeat’s page production services are trusted by some of the biggest names in sports publishing to turn around camera-ready pages – ready for press – to the highest standard.

We act as an extension of your in-house provision, embedding your house styles into our own team to ensure that outsourced content seamlessly integrates.

Every week we produce in excess of 100 live national newspaper pages for a range of national sports publications, including The Cricket Paper, The Rugby Paper, The Football League Paper, The Non-League Paper and The Golf Paper.