Subscribers to Encore magazine will this week receive the first new look edition following a major redesign.
The relaunch – one of the most significant in the title’s three decades – sees Encore remain focused on the screen industry, and widened to include content creation across other media too.
The pagination of Encore has been doubled as part of the relaunch.
Features in the first new edition include an in depth examination of Australia’s breakfast television shows, an on set visit to The Celebrity Apprentice, Bob Ellis asking whether Romper Stomper has stood the test of time and an interview with Trop Fest boss John Polson.
Regular columnists include Popcorn Taxi’s Chris Murray who discusses film funding and Ben Shepherd who examines how to get investment in online video production. The In Production section of Encore has also been doubled in size.
As a special offer, until next week subscriptions to Encore are currently priced at a discounted $99, which also includes two free DVDs: Pom Wonderful presents The Greatest Movie Ever Sold and Page One: Inside The New York Times. Subscription offer via this link.
A preview of the new look Encore is available via Real View: