Ham&High to launch new Broadway edition covering Crouch End and Muswell Hill
A new print edition of the Ham&High Broadway will be launched covering Crouch End and Muswell Hill, the newspaper’s publishers have announced.
The Ham&High Broadway, a paid-for weekly newspaper will launch on October 11 and be part of the Ham&High stable of editions, publishers Archant London announced yesterday (Monday, September 24).
The Ham&High newspaper will also be re-launched - including a new design, additional pagination, and expanded free distribution of 3,000 copies via letterbox distribution in Hampstead Garden Suburb.
The redesign will focus on layout of key sections including the front page and the paper’s arts and entertainment section, Etcetera, with more pages, a vibrant new look and exciting changes to content.
The Hornsey Journal series, also published by Archant London, is set to go digital-only later this month with the new Ham&High Broadway edition covering the west of Haringey.
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The Hornsey, Crouch End & Muswell Hill Journal and the Tottenham & Wood Green Journal will print their final editions on October 4.
The Journal, originally established in print in 1879, will continue to provide its readers with the latest news via its websites only.
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The changes are part of a strategic review of the portfolio of newspapers owned by Archant London.
Archant London managing director Will Hattam said: “London is an ever-changing city, with its series of ‘villages’ constantly redefining themselves.
“Our products need to evolve to reflect the needs of each area in which we publish, which means that we need constantly to review our circulation areas, formats and distribution.”
As a result of these changes, and others in Archant London, staff will work on different titles, and a single editorial role is at risk of redundancy.
Mr Hattam added: “Our newspapers play a pivotal role in the community life of north London by providing a vibrant, effective and sustainable media.
“We are committed to continue to play this key role in producing both print and digital formats.”