Times2 returns

The Times has resurrected its Times2 supplement, seven months after it was axed by editor James Harding.

Negative feedback from readers prompted Harding to change his decision to get rid of the supplement that has been a part of the newspaper for over a decade.

Harding has reportedly insisted that the new Times2 be made more “news led”.

(Source: MediaGuardian)

This article appears in issue 256 of Media Digest.

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