Herald launches new compact format
Mon, 10 Sep 2012 5:49a.m.
New Zealand's biggest newspaper The Herald has today switched to a compact format, featuring a new masthead and an overhaul of content.
The full name banner has been replaced by a gothic-style 'H' - the biggest change to the paper's front page in 150 years.
Editor Shayne Currie says the new version is more convenient to read.
"It's going to be much easier for people who are either on a train or a bus, or in an aircraft, but also people in cafes and at the breakfast table even, so for everybody it's going to be much easier.
"And for us, it's just really important that our content is spot on."
The revamped format includes new sections and new columnists, and a larger news component.
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