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The Guardian Weekly – 19.01.2018

Our age suffers from a literal contraction of thought; decreasing wordcounts only aids that. Looks very nice on screen, but needs a rethink in print.

If there had been any internal debate about taking a more radical approach to the structure of the newspaper - maybe foregoing some of the traditional news coverage for a more analytic, magaziney approach up front - then the traditionalists won. In the newspaper relaunch game, fear of driving away old loyal readers always outweighs the prospect of winning new ones.

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Raw materials like newsprint and ink are expensive. But as a framework for a really great newspaper, with a long life ahead of it, this new Guardian succeeds.

I hope it works for The Guardian as it worked for us. I wanted to give it a distinct feel on the newsstand and a positively European feel, and so, when The Guardian told us they were closing the Berliner presses, I fretted our readers would feel the loss of unique identity. We realised it was regarded already as a magazine in the guise of a newspaper. Newspaper designers talk of the difference between magazine and newspaper design, of the need not to distract from stories with design fireworks, and Clarke largely follows that direction.

The new Weekly does not strive for the graphic flambouyance of, say, a Bloomberg Businessweek; yet it also more graphically ambitious than The Economist.

The Guardian Weekly – 23.02.2018

It makes strong use of the elements available in The Guardian house style. The boxed-in text columns, colours and the layered combinations of infographic and stock imagery above are all familiar from the daily newspaper. Although a digest of the week, the magazine must be ready to slot in a big story that lands at the last minute — the Brett Kavanaugh cover lead above in the launch issue being a case in point.

This is not slow journalism — when asked about Delayed Gratification and Positive News , nobody bites — but clearly doffs its hat in that direction.

As well as researching readers and potential readers, staff from the US and Australia newsdesks were canvassed. As a result both countries will have four pages of local stories in their edition of The Weekly. Was it hard to adjust to the harsher context of a paid-for title? You can whisper quite forcefully and still be seen. Its exciting and rare for a large publisher invest in such a creatively-orientated project these days.

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We love these free short stories being machine printed at Canary Wharf for commuters. Andrew Ferguson subscribes to the WSJ: Jeremy talks magCulture to Dan at Subsail about, turning a book into a blog into a shop.

The Guardian rounds up key figures from the original mag: Paul Gorman: Its publisher shares the story of the glorious failure of Scottish soccer mag Fitba.

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