APL Media produces print and digital native content for major titles
APL Media’s newspaper division has recently produced a lifestyle supplement and an editorially-led digital native content feature for the Evening Standard.
A new issue of Family Values was distributed with the daily paper on 15 February. The supplement looked at how lockdown has led to positive changes in education, shared simple tips to help readers home school more efficiently and featured an interview with doctor-turned-content creator Anna Steinacker on how access to prenatal healthcare has been impacted by the pandemic. View the digital version here.
APL Media’s longstanding newspaper print division creates regular lifestyle sections for other titles, too, including The Guardian, the Saturday Daily Mail, The Telegraph and The Week.
A digital native content article listing 10 ideas to improve homes and gardens was also produced for the Evening Standard’s website.
The portfolio of APL Media’s digital lifestyle publishing arm ranges from the Express and The Independent to The Week and City AM.
Each supplement and digital native content feature produced is aligned to its respective publisher’s audience and brand guidelines.
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