Key Changes to our Newspapers that Advertisers Need to Know
From Monday 30 April 2018, we are changing the physical size of our Monday-Friday metropolitan and regional newspapers from the traditional large format newspaper style, known as “Broadsheet”, to a smaller and easier to read size and format, known as “Compact”.
The following newspapers will be changing to compact size:
AND at the same time we are changing our advertising and page grid terminology, from column cm to modular units, across all our print publications, including those remaining in broadsheet (Saturday Mets and Regionals, and Sunday Star-Times). However, classified advertising across all the publications will remain in column cm.
The information on this page is designed to help you understand the changes taking place from the 30th April 2018. If we’ve left something out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Changes to Advertising Across ALL Newspapers
All Stuff newspapers are changing to a modular grid and advertising, regardless of their compact or broadsheet size
New Rate Cards for All Newspapers
The change to modular advertising sizes means we need to adjust our rates to reflect the new sizes
Changes to Advertising for Newspapers Changing to Compact Size
An overview of the changes for the newspapers moving to compact size
Frequently Asked Questions
Find out more about the changes to our publications
Win a Trip for Two to the 2018 Singapore Grand Prix!
Enter the competition to celebrate the upcoming changes to our newspapers.
Digital Prototypes of the New Compact Papers and Advertising Sizes
Explore the new look and feel papers here
More Great Content for Readers
We used the change as an opportunity to improve the content we deliver
New advertising sizes for ads smaller than a quarter page
Check out the new size and shape of your existing advertisment
Improved Look and Feel for Readers
The upcoming change in format is going to improve reader interaction with the newspapers
Download a Booklet of the Upcoming Changes
All the key changes to our newspapers that advertisers need to know about
Feedback From Our Readers
We asked readers around the country what they think about our new compact format newspapers
How We Are Marketing the Change to Readers
Details of our largest ever reader print promotion