Jan Vincent-Rudzki spent 20 years with the news-stand publishing company Visual Imagination Limited. In the mid-Eighties he co-instigated the re-launch of Starburst, Britain’s longest-running Sci-Fi entertainment magazine.
In the late Eighties Vincent-Rudzki founded the world’s longest–running cult television magazine TV Zone as its inaugural editor and then oversaw its 232 issues and over 80 Special editions. He also launched the TV listings magazine Cult Times and was editor of the horror-themed Shivers. As Deputy Group Editor he oversaw all the company’s magazine portfolio. He also counts the last two editors of Doctor Who Magazine among the many staff he has mentored during this time.