MEDIA: Haymarket plans to relaunch NYA's youth magazine

Haymarket Publishing is to relaunch the National Youth Agency's monthly Young People Now magazine as a weekly title.

The 16,000 circulation title will be relaunched on 8 January, following acquisition by Haymarket. The title will continue to cater for public and voluntary sector workers involved in youth work but place greater emphasise on associated areas such as regeneration.

Publishing director Phil Manley said: 'A lot of Government activity is taking place and it is a good time for us to be involved in this (youth) area.'

The new editorial line-up is headed by editor Stovin Hayter, previously editor of Haymarket's charity sector weekly title Third Sector.

NYA officer and former editor Tim Burke remains as a consultant editor.

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