Press Gazette will be relaunched this month with a new focus and frequency.
From the September issue, available on 28 August, the revamped title will be features-led and the only monthly journalism magazine on offer.
With an average of 64 pages per issue, Press Gazette will be full of interviews, comments, in-depth analysis of major issues affecting journalists, and news features.
Popular Press Gazette sections such as The Knowledge, Grey Cardigan, Axegrinder and Peter Kirwan’s Media Money column will remain, with new content via columnists including ITV News economics editor Daisy McAndrew and Popbitch editor Camilla Wright. Also added will be columns on law, money, technology, design and photography.
Press Gazette will continue to serve journalists in national and regional newspapers, consumer and business magazines, broadcasting and digital roles. The relaunched version will also feature a major new freelancing section.
‘Press Gazette needs to reflect the time of change we are living and working in. The new Press Gazette is part of a multi-media strategy and fits alongside our breaking news and jobs website – Pressgazette.co.uk – and industry-leading events,” said Tony Loynes, editor in chief of Press Gazette.
The launch issue features an exclusive interview with an industry leader and a cover feature which looks at a new commercial model for the newspaper industry – one that creates journalism jobs, new profit models and investment.
“We see the changes being made to the title only enhancing the position that Press Gazette holds as the must-have read for serious journalists and senior decision-makers in the publishing world,” said Loynes.
Press Gazette’s loyal subscribers will be receiving a special offer shortly.