PRWeek announced today that it will become a monthly magazine beginning in June.
The property of Britain’s Haymarket will publish an online edition every Friday.
The new magazine will have a redesigned “standard magazine-size format,” said a statement from Julia Hood, publishing director.
Pr week plans to offer what they described as “an exciting new look that reflects a fresh approach to our coverage.” PRWeek is re-launching its daily newsletter that is rechristened “PRWeek Breakfast Briefing.”The swan song for the print weekly comes April 27 with the agency business report.
Keith O’Brien, editor-in-chief, of PRW, announced his exit last week.
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PRWeek will be revamping its weekly offering starting in May to provide a subscriber-only, online edition that provides the best mix of breaking news coverage and in-depth analysis.
The weekly online edition, delivered on Fridays, will be a feature-driven publication, retaining the most popular elements of PRWeek’s current weekly print offering, while its new online format enables additional features like, videos, blogs, and other information. The new online edition will debut on May 1.