THE Star Observer is set to embark on exciting changes to cater to its growing audience of readers from around Australia.
March 21 marks the last day the weekly edition of the Star Observer hits the streets, but it will become an exciting new-look monthly publication from April 17.
There will also be far more pages in our monthly edition than the weekly, and along with the extra in-depth content mentioned above, this will also provide an opportunity for high-quality design and layout production and striking images.
The other exciting part of the change is our rapidly-growing website and readers with an insatiable appetite for news. For that reason, we are committed to focus on publishing the latest news bulletins and important stories online, as well as the usual photos from weekend parties on the scene. Not a single news item — or the odd light-hearted story, plus everything that appears in our monthly publication — relating to the LGBTI community and its allies will go by unreported on our website.
As an LGBTI community-owned social enterprise, we have paid careful attention to the needs of our rapidly-growing and evolving readership — and we are growing and evolving with them.
The team at the Star Observer is committed to maintaining its reputation as Australia’s LGBTI journal of record — something which we have been proud of since the newspaper was founded in 1979. Both the monthly print edition and our full commitment to online news content will help us to continue to develop that reputation.
These exciting changes will enable us to inform, educate and entertain even more people and further strengthen our position as the first choice for authoritative and highly-respected LGBTI news, analysis, opinion and cultural information.