Monday, November 14, 2005

Sneak peek of the week

The indefatigable James Adams of the Globe and Mail today gives readers a sneak preview (in words, not pictures) of the revamped Maclean's which is being unveiled tomorrow at a gala that marks the magazine's 100th anniversary. Adams confirms that there will be 52 pages of editorial rather than 44 in each issue. Plus more, smaller, photographs. Also a rejigged front section that is a review of the previous week (wasn't Maclean's trying to get away from doing the week in review?). Beyond that, we'll have to wait and see*. Oh, yes, and the relaunch issue will be 88 pages.

*We also hear that the back page, until now the purview of Paul Wells and, before him, Alan Fotheringham, is to be a weekly obituary. We would not make this up.


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