The Sunday Times Magazine is to unveil a new look this weekend, promising more investigations and photojournalism.
The title, which launched in 1962 and claims to be the first national newspaper colour supplement, will introduce a visual contents page, e and an ‘updated overall layout”, the publisher said.
Twelve pages of the magazine will be dedicated to a new section, called Spectrum, showcasing news photography. A number of new regular features will also be introduced.
Sunday Times editor John Witherow said: ‘The aim of new-look Sunday Times Magazine is to refresh an already strong magazine and to boost its photojournalism by increasing the number of pages dedicated to photo-reportage.
‘The magazine is special not only because it was the first of its kind, but because it remains the only magazine to devote itself to photojournalism, interviews and investigations. We want this proud tradition to continue and be enhanced.”
The redesign will be backed by a TV, online and outdoor advertising campaign, point-of-sale and giveaway promotions.