In September 2003, The Independent broke into new ground and changed the face of the national quality press market forever by being the first national daily paper to adopt the compact format. Following this success, in October 2005 we took The Independent on Sunday to a compact format and in June 2007 re-launched it with a leaner and even more compact look with one supplement The New Review. Our ingenuity and creativity paid off. Our papers are now:
- Easier to read
- Read more thoroughly
- Kept for longer
Life: Monday to Thursday
Launched in 23rd September 2008 this 24-page feature led supplement and is a creative and additional read to the main news pages, including great journalism from leading writers. You will find a host on interesting interviews and reviews from Monday through to Thursday.
Arts & Books: Friday
This creative and cutting-edge supplement runs with regular features for film, music, theatre and books. It provides readers with a weekly dose of entertainment, which forms an integral part of their lifestyle in a digestible format.
The Independent Magazine: Saturday
It is targeted unashamedly at an intelligent readership, with a variety of features each week that include celebrity interviews, current affairs, art or photographic exhibitions. These are all combined with a mix of games and crosswords, weekly contributors and regular lifestyle columns.
The New Review: Sunday
The New Review is a part of the World’s best designed newspaper’. It has always been renowned for its strong reportage, news features and cultured outlook. Over time The Review has developed into a more rounded product, reflecting the changing needs of Sunday readers, whilst still holding true to its core values…black and white reportage photography and current affairs stories sit happily alongside features on Jean Paul Gaultier or the Bollywood invasion. It combined the following sections, making it a more compact and user-friendly read.
The Independent's website includes stories from The Independent and Independent on Sunday plus extra content such as breaking news, podcasts, blogs, games and competitions. Alongside the latest news from the UK, Europe and around the world, the editor's choice column highlights some of the best content to be found across the site. An extensive range of exciting online commercial opportunities are available to clients, such as audio and video podcasts, microsites, competitions and games.Reuse content