Where in Brno
An eye-catching social-cultural magazine combining offers of what’s going on in Brno in the given month with lifestyle content on the city and life in it.
- it’s been in print since 1957 and is published by TIC BRNO
- Pocket Media contributed to changing its content and its comprehensive redesign
- in addition to cultural and community services, it highlights matters of local interest and includes interviews with interesting figures
- distributed at hundreds of places such as eating establishments, campuses and universities, public transport locations, the airport, public and cultural institutions, infocentres, Czech Rail trains
- in your mailbox with a subscription
“Our cooperation with TIC BRNO in recent years underwent a fundamental change. There is a clear effort to create strong synergetic links between TIC BRNO and key players on the cultural scene. We have moved from a state where the largest cultural institutions had to solicit basic support to a mode of accommodating, open, and collegial cooperation where strong, developmental impulses come from TIC BRNO. I value their close collaboration in promoting the works of Leoš Janáček as a key element in the city’s identity, where previously words were rarely followed by meaningful actions. WHERE in Brno has transformed into a grand and modern city magazine comparable to similar materials from European metropolises. I also appreciate their courage in promoting the city and events in it with modern and often controversial methods, which always prove in the end to be exceptionally effective.”
Director of the National Theatre Brno
“TIC BRNO now cooperates very well and supportively with many other Brno institutions.
“It organizes a number of events with high production levels, headed by Brno Christmas, which moved from local markets of average quality to among the most sought-after events of its kind in Central Europe. The Christmas event is distinctive, is sensitively embedded in Brno’s space, has an exceptionally good entertainment programme, and even follows environmental trends. Another excellent example of TIC BRNO’s positive development is the advancement of WHERE in Brno, which turned from grey, uninteresting printed matter into a periodical with imaginative graphic design and a great deal of engaging and practical information on events in the city; the same is true for GotoBRNO.cz. I also view of the building of a new infocentre as positive. The list could go on and on. During Jana Janulíková’s leadership at TIC BRNO, our agency has cooperated with them several times and their work has always been accommodating, helpful, professional, and efficient.”
Director of the C.E.M.A. music agency