Evening Standard to drop from three to two editions


The Evening Standard is proposing to go from three editions throughout that day to two – in a move would mean major cost-savings on delivery costs, The Guardian reports.

Currently the Standard hits newsstands at 11am and 2.30pm, but it is proposing to reduce this to just a morning and West End Final edition.

In August 2006 the dropped its mid-morning West End edition.

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