The Guardian is to launch a monthly international magazine later this year.
The magazine will include a mixture of content from across the Guardian Newspapers group and will be available outside the UK. A spokeswoman said the publication would be a monthly digest of Guardian content but was still “some way off”.
The Guardian’s plans to launch a new product overseas come two weeks after the paper announced it will print a US edition on small-scale digital presses in half a dozen cities across the country and also follows news that The Guardian plans to double its US staff.
The Guardian and The Observer currently have seven US-based correspondents and this figure is to be increased by six “in the first year”. There will be a US editor and deputy editor and a presence on both coasts of the United States.
Two weeks ago The Times began publishing a US edition on the presses of The New York Post.