Gay and lesbian publisher Evolution launches Sydney newspaper

Evolution Publishing, the gay and lesbian publishing house, is launching City Voice, a weekly newspaper for the Sydney market.  

The free publication, which will focus on news and politics for the gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender and queer community, will launch on June 30 and will have a distribution of 7,000.

It will join its stablemate, SX – a Sydney glossy magazine featuring arts and entertainment content.

City Voice will be primarily distributed in Sydney, Darlinghurst, Surry Hills, Redfern, Newtown and Erskineville.

Evolution also publishes the free magazines MCV in Melbourne, Queensland Pride, Blaze in Adelaide, AXN and Cherrie.

Its titles are distributed to more than 2,000 cafes, nightclubs, hotels, bok stores, arts venues, theatres, cinemas, education centres and libraries around the country, with a combined readership of 9.5 million, according to the publisher.


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