FROM OUR READERS: PRWeek's new format goes down a storm ..

Congratulations on PRWeek's new look and the multimedia concept, making it much easier to navigate.

I would also like to add my total support on Ian Monk's comments (Opinion, 20 June). Pitching can be such an exploitive situation if not handled with care and the industry needs to be aware of the pitfalls.

Christine Bryan, director, Bryan Morel PR. Congratulations on an excellent new look for

PRWeek. Cleaner, fresher, with good amounts of white space. I thought the Media section on The Independent was excellent, as was the piece on the Cabinet Office comms. Less impressed with the back page, which is still London-centric.

Rev Arun Arora, director of communications for the Archbishop of York

The new PRWeek format is a triumph. Lovely open pages and it makes the point that printed publications are now part of a multimedia experience.

Lord Chadlington, chief executive, Huntsworth

The new look of the magazine is terrific. Much more engaging, less corporate and I like the web links - as the geek that I am, I get the daily bulletin.

Adam Barriball, communications manager, Cobra Beer

Love the new-look PRWeek. It's fresh, clearer - and you were absolutely right to make the magazine more opinion and analysis-led. As with most, if not all PROs, I get breaking news and developments online and immediately. The magazine therefore is a juicier and more intelligent read. As ever, I'd like to see a higher ratio of third sector PR coverage - more features would be welcome.

Rob Dyson, PR manager, Whizz-Kidz

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