International lifestyle and current affairs magazine Monocle is to print a weekly newspaper throughout December, costing £5 per edition.
The Winter Weekly paper follows Monocle’s Summer Weekly, which published for four weeks in August.
- May 13, 2019
- October 11, 2018
- April 13, 2018
Monocle editor Tyler Brule will edit the newspaper and pen a column.
How have your newspaper consumption habits changed during the pandemic/lockdown, and do you think this will last?
- I read more news digitally than in print now, and expect this to continue (48%, 179 Votes)
- No change (29%, 107 Votes)
- I read more news in print than digitally now, and expect this to continue (14%, 52 Votes)
- I read more news digitally than in print now, but do not expect this to continue (6%, 24 Votes)
- I read more news in print than digitally now, but do not expect this to continue (3%, 10 Votes)
Total Voters: 372
It follows the termination of his Financial Times column by “mutual agreement” after Press Gazette highlighted concerns about him name-checking former clients of his creative agency.
The Winter Weekly will be edited in London and Zurich, Switzerland – where it will also be printed – with a print run of 80,000 copies a week.
It is produced by the Monocle magazine team which employs 12 full time editors and has 36 part time correspondents worldwide.
The newspaper will be sold in Europe and North America. The first issue went on sale yesterday.