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The flavour of the magazine was almost wholly the responsibility of its designer, Pearce Marchbank. Marchbank was invited by Tony Elliott to join the embryonic Time Out in Turning it into a weekly, he produced its classic logo, [and] established its strong identity and its editorial structure—all still used world-wide to this day.
He also conceived and designed the first of the Time Out guide books. He continued to design for Time Out for many years. Each week, his powerful, witty Time Out covers became an essential part of London life. The magazine procured young and upcoming talent to provide cultural reviews for young New Yorkers at the time.
The expansion continued with Elliott licensing the Time Out brand worldwide spreading the magazine to 39 cities including Istanbul, Dubai, Beijing, Hong Kong and Lisbon. Additional Time Out products included travel magazines, city guides, and books. Time Out has subsequently launched websites for an additional 33 cities including Delhi, Washington D.
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The London edition of Time Out became a free magazine in September The columnist as of was Giles Coren. In April , Time Out switched its New York magazine to the free distribution model to increase the reader base and grow brand awareness.
In addition, a subscription service is offered to those that prefer the magazine to be physically delivered and paid subscribers have access to a digital edition of the magazine. In , following the launch of TONY magazine, Time Out New York Kids was launched as a paid-for quarterly title available via subscription and news stand with a circulation of 55, In addition to magazines and travel books and websites, Time Out started opening branded food halls in , starting with the Time Out Market Lisboa in Lisbon, Portugal.
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