FourFourTwo has just launched its new US site, marking Haymarket Media Group’s first consumer launch in the States. FourFourTwo.com’s US locale went live last week and the site kicked off its coverage with a huge digital preview for the new Major Soccer League season.
The Time Out Group have revealed a new design for its London and New York magazines. The new look free magazines will be available this week. Time Out’s London and New York magazines now have the same look and feel, and align with its digital platforms across mobile, web and social channels.
Trinity Mirror launched a new daily newspaper this week. The New Day will be a paid-for daily paper published Monday to Friday. It will report with an upbeat, optimistic approach and will be politically neutral.
Time Inc. UK has sold its Motoring brands to Kelsey Media. The deal sees Kelsey acquire VolksWorld, VolksWorld Camper & Bus and VWt. Kelsey’s portfolio encompasses 60-plus brands and the company has a major presence in the Classic Motoring, Performance Motoring and Commercial Vehicles markets, where it produces more than 20 magazines, websites and events.
Immediate Media have recently launched BBC Andy’s Amazing Adventures magazine, which has been developed in collaboration with the BBC Natural History Unit.
Redan Publishing is launching Colour Girl on March 17th. Hot on the heels of the adult colouring craze, this will be the first colouring magazine aimed at primary girls.