How Guardian Weekly Rebranded From a Newspaper to Glossy Magazine

The Guardian Weekly was founded in 1919 at the end of World War I. Director of Publishing Mylene Sylvestre explained the founding principles of the century-old newspaper.

Speaking at INMA Media Innovation Week in Hamburg, Sylvestre explained that at the time, it was launched as a “window to the world” of Guardian journalism for people outside the UK.

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