First Hand — Callum Green on running COURT magazine alongside a full time job

Posted 01 September 2016 Written by Will Hudson

This article was published as part of our soft launch in 2016.

Callum Green and Louis Bennett started COURT magazine in the final weeks of their degree at the University of Buckinghamshire in 2013. Created as an alternative to trade rumour reports and power ranking speculation, COURT is an online magazine for celebrating basketball culture from around the world.

Unknown to most of their readers due to the quality of the articles and commissioning the magazine is a side project undertaken in the evenings and weekends. Here, Callum shares why they started COURT as well as the many benefits (and struggles) running a magazine in your spare time can have…

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