In the year 2011, a young man named Rueben Wood created a magazine which he coined Spaced Out Magazine. Even before Rueben Wood created his very own magazine, he was pretty successful and was a celebrity journalist and a renowned media icon. Back is 2011, Rueben Wood wanted to do more for the community and give back to it, which is why he created Spaced out Magazine with two primary objectives – to shed light on some of the most relevant and important news on current and latest situations affecting different communities, and to promote indie artists in order to help them escalate their career to a whole new level.
Rueben Wood created a simplistic, extremely straight forward magazine that not only gave back to the community and highlighted some of the most significant and serious issues it faced but also helped bump up the careers of artists who needed it the most. Spaced out Magazine was, without even the shadow of a doubt, an exceptional piece of print media, and this can be evidenced by the fact that had Spaced out Magazine been a subpar mode of print media, it would have been discontinued long ago.
It has been four years since a young Rueben Wood created Spaced out Magazine in an attempt to raise the careers of artists who needed some recognition and to give back to the community, and Spaced out Magazine’s run so far has been an impeccable one as it managed to achieve everything it was created to achieve and then some. For the past four years, Spaced out Magazine has been working in the backdrop of the business industry, helping out small and large businesses alike and helping them achieve more success.
Right now, Rueben Wood is looking to create an even larger phenomenon out of Spaced out Magazine as the media icon, as of now, has his hands in a lot of different industries at once and is planning on expanding Spaced out Magazine into most of those industries, especially the television industry with the introduction of the magazine’s very own channel. Even though the sticking to the original pattern of the Spaced out Magazine has worked pretty good for Rueben Wood, the owner plans on remodeling Spaced out Magazine to make it more user-friendly and to help it rank higher in a highly competitive magazine market. As of now, Spaced out Magazine does everything that it was designed to do and more, and will start doing even more once Rueben Wood has turned his ideas for the magazine into reality.