NUJ’s Journalist magazine gets a makeover

The National Union of Journalists magazine, has had its first proper redesign for 17 years, under new editor Christine Buckley. The Journalist worked with designers SurgeryCreations to make the publication more “modern, attractive, informative and engaging,” she said.

And from the electronic version we’ve seen, we think it looks rather nice with some good content, including pieces by former Times media editor Dan Sabbagh and former Guardian journalist David Hencke. “We’re keen that the publication produced for the journalists’ union is of the highest standard, since our audience of  media professionals expects a professional magazine,” said Buckley, in a release.

“I’ve sought to make the new magazine reflective of the diverse, active union that the NUJ is, and I intend that it should echo the voices of our members from across the union.”

One thought on “NUJ’s Journalist magazine gets a makeover

  1. Martin Cloake

    Tis indeed a welcome development, and an initial skim suggests some good reads. I’m sure it will attract plaudits in similar quantity to the brickbats that follow any less positive development 😉

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