The third issue of South Africa's new soccer tabloid, launched in May 2009. This is a 24-page pdf .
Why Design is So Important
10-page booklet features an interbview with Tony Sutton and Tom Bochenski on the morning of the relaunch of Krakow, Poland, newspaper Dziennik Polski. Plus an essay by Tony Sutton on the importnace on good design (and good content).
Thoughts on Magazine Design
Tony Sutton was interviewed by Tamara Oberholster for the South African magazine, Design. Download this interview here.
Have You Seen the News?
Tony Sutton discusses the state of the newspaper industry in an interview with Jason Walsh, for the British magazine DigitalArts. Download this 8-page interview here.
best is a quarterly tabloid magazine produced for journalists at the Australian Provincial Newspapers group based in Brisbane, Australia. Download this 24-page issue here
Talking Shop with a
Tony Sutton was recently interviewed by Greg Swain, editor of Australian magazine Password about his thoughts and philosophies behind a successful redesign and relaunch of a daily newspaper. Download this 12-page interview here.
Peter Palazzo, whose redesign of the New York Herald Tribune in the early ‘60s paved the way for several generations of newspaper designers, died in January, aged 79. Download
Tony Sutton’s 16-page interview, from RaggedRight, with him.
The Best of RaggedRight
Tony Sutton was editor and publisher of RaggedRight, an award-winning tabloid devoted to Design, Typography & Journalism, from 1992-1996. This is the first of a series of books devoted to the newspaper's best work.
Helveticaworld: A Brief
Survey of Ubiquity
Type designer Nick Shinn takes us on a typographic journey around Norwich, England, and discovers that the world's most popular typeface is also the most popular in the east of England.
are Your Newspapers
So Dull and Boring?
Sutton was a keynote speaker at the recent annual workshop of
the Scandinavian Society for News Design in Copenhagen. Read what
he had to say about the state of newspapers in Scandinavia and around
excerpt from Ego and Ink: inside Canada's Newspaper War
Cobbs widely-praised new book Ego And Ink chronicles
the creation and launch of Conrad Blacks National Post and
the subsequent vicious newspaper war in Canada between the Post,
the venerable Globe and Mail and the Toronto Star. Ego And Ink
details a circulation battle in which millions of newspapers
were either given away or sold well below cost in
cut-price subscription deals. Together, it cost the three newspapers
more than $1 billion to artificially inflate their circulation figures.
of the Box
What Newspaper People Can Learn From TV People
TV journalism is determined by who's got the best hairdresser? Think
TV's got nothing to teach print journalists? Think again, says Emmy
Award-winning broadcaster Tim Knight, former head of journalism
training for the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation and author of
two books on TV journalism. Download his 17-page essay critique
Brain Death Syndrome
(And How to Beat It)
people, by and large, are bright, energetic and resourceful. So
why do they
make so many elementary mistakes when they're putting together their
papers? Tony Sutton looks at the problems and finds some simple
solutions in this 12-page pdf booklet.
Ways to Improve
14-page booklet by Tony Sutton gives tips on how to make your paper
read and sell better.
NDA's own publication. Sub-titled, Writing Worth Reading
About Journalism & Journalists, the tabloid is packed
with criticism, advice, columns and stories. Download the first
here in pdf format and see for yourself . . . .
Tony Sutton's 12-page interview - for Design magazine - with Ed
Arnold, father of modern American newspaper design, on the eve
of his presentation with a lifetime achievement award by the Society
of News Design
ED ARNOLD INTERVIEW
Have Stopped Reading
Kenyon, of Reader's Digest, was a regular contributor to Review,
a media journal edited and designed by Tony Sutton. This 32-page
collection of Kenyon's fiery contributions was published in 2001,
to mark what would have been his 60th birthday
ROGER KENYON BOOK