News Bulletin: Coast magazine launches, Your Money launch date revealed

By AdNews | 10 September 2018

Lifestyle magazine launches on Central Coast

A new glossy free lifestyle magazine, Coast, has launched on the NSW Central Coast. The magazine covers happenings in the coastal region just north of Sydney. The September issue features best coastal walks, how to spend 24 hours in Ettalong, local gardens, a pearl of a secret beneath the waters of Broken Bay and an “orgy of beautiful photographs”. The Central Coast region is known as a haven for nest eggers and young families. Whether it has a large enough market to support a new ad-driven glossy remains to be seen, but it’s a bold move nonetheless. This marks the second magazine launch in the last month. See: Big brands back new Eastern suburbs lifestyle magazine.

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Your Money launch date revealed

New 24-hour business, personal finance and luxury lifestyle channel,Your Money, is set to launch next month according to the AFR, as the channel continues to bolster its team. The Nine and News Corp-owned Sky News joint venture launches as News Corp's rival, Fairfax, prepares to merge with Nine, creating a new Nine entity, effectively ending the Fairfax brand. Economics editor at The Australian, Adam Creighton, will join the channel. The line-up of experienced business journalists also includes Ticky Fullerton, Brooke Corte, Chris Kohler and James Daggar-Nickson. Your Money, which was announced in June, will be broadcast on free to air on channel 95 and on streaming service 9Now. It will also be made available on Foxtel, as well as its streaming service Foxtel Now. The show will replace Sky Business News on Foxtel.  The content offering will also cover real estate, small and big business market moves and live coverage of the trading day.

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