Seven Days Redesigns Print Product, Goes With 'Short Tab' Format

october 9, 2009  01:31 pm
"This new, magazine-style iteration is the result of planning that predates the current recession," the paper says in a quick intro to the new design. The new format will be smaller, not folded and has the ability to have color on any page. The paper says that as a result of the switch, they are also saving a little money, which has allowed them to hire a third full-time staff writer. Seven Days also put together the video below to help explain the changes.