Hand Action


Hand Action
Hand Action
Pays Drapeau de France France
Langue Français
Périodicité Mensuel
Genre Presse sportive
Diffusion - ex. (-)
Date de fondation janvier 2001
Éditeur Le Mans

Propriétaire Roto Presse Numeris
Directeur de publication Gilbert Caron
Directeur de la rédaction Frédéric Caron
Rédacteur en chef Rodolphe Tréhet
ISSN 1624-9496
Site web Handaction.com

Hand Action est un magazine mensuel français de handball. Il traite de l'actualité du handball masculin et féminin français et européen.

Historique

Il a été créé en 2001 par Pascal Legendre, directeur de Maxi-Basket et Rodolphe Trehet. Hand Action est édité par le groupe GESI-SEMP qui publie le magazine Maxi-Basket. Suite à sa liquidation en 2008, celui-ci a été racheté par le groupe Tomar Presse[1], éditeur du magazine Basket News. Tomar Presse a repris tous les titres du groupe dont Hand Action. Mais suite à des difficultés financières, ce dernier a dû vendre le titre handballistique à la société Roto Presse Numeris.

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