Mediaweek goes digital only

We will stop publishing a regular print magazine after the end of this year

With three months of the year left to run, Mediaweek has listened to our audience and decided to move to a digital-only model.

We will stop publishing a regular print magazine after the end of this year.

For some time both Mediaweek readers and advertisers have preferred our digital platforms so the focus will now be directed there.

Mediaweek will continue to publish via our Mediaweek Morning Report and and we shall soon release details of our premium subscription package for 2018 which will be at a lower price point for our supporters.

For advertisers it means bigger audiences every day and every week for your trade communications. Mediaweek’s sales manager Tyson Young will soon release details of our 2018 sales opportunities, which will continue to offer premium display packages for advertisers who like the impact they get from print advertising.

For readers it means we will have more content, more often, across our digital platforms including Twitter and Mediaweek Podcasts via PodcastOne.

We have 12 print issues left across the rest of this year which will continue to feature exclusive interviews, and we will also take the time to remember some of the highlights across our 27 years.

For the month of October we will look at the 90s, in November we will remember 2000-2010 and for the final December issues we will look at 2011 through to today.

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