MEDIA BRIEFS: The Pink Paper becomes paid-for glossy

The Pink Paper, the gay weekly published by Chronos, has gone from free tabloid to paid-for newsstand glossy in an attempt to bring the title into profit for the first time. 'National broadsheets are willing to cover gay stories,' said general manager David Bridle. 'We have got to work hard at getting behind the headlines. There will be lots more features.'

The Pink Paper, the gay weekly published by Chronos, has gone from free tabloid to paid-for newsstand glossy in an attempt to bring the title into profit for the first time. 'National broadsheets are willing to cover gay stories,' said general manager David Bridle. 'We have got to work hard at getting behind the headlines. There will be lots more features.'



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