From The Oregonian
The Oregonian will transition from a broadsheet size to a compact format this year, the Oregonian Media Group announced Tuesday.
“The new format will allow for a stronger visual presentation of editorial content and advertising,” said N. Christian Anderson III, president of Oregonian Media Group and publisher of The Oregonian. “With color on every page and a streamlined design, the compact will be a richer experience for our readers.”
The compact size will measure about 15 inches tall by 11 inches wide, the format Homes & Gardens of the Northwest is currently printed in. The new format will have individual sections, which will be stapled.
Some sections of The Oregonian — Friday’s A&E, Foodday + Living, Living, Health & Fitness, Sunday Business and Opinion — will convert in February. The entire newspaper will transition to the compact format by April 2.