Pink Paper goes back to newsprint - Press Gazette

Pink Paper goes back to newsprint

Britain’s first Gay newspaper, the Pink Paper, is to relaunch next month back on newsprint for then first time in five years.
The paper closed in October, after racking up claimed losses of
£400,000 a year, and was taken over two weeks later by new owners
Millvres Prowlers Group, which publishes the Gay Times.
After feedback from readers, the new owners decided to take the
Pink Paper up from A4 magazine format to tabloid-size newspaper. It
went fortnightly in October but there are plans to increase the
frequency to weekly by the end of the summer.
The first edition of the new look goes out on February 17. For full story see Press Gazette on January 27



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