COLORS #86 – Making the news

The taste for slow reading, for beauty, for worldwide stories, these are the elements of COLORS Magazine. Since 1991, it has concentrated all its energies on those qualities, ignored by the mainstream press, through the universal language of images. It has spectacular photos and colorful and aesthetically pleasing covers, for a quarterly distributed on an international level in six bilingual editions.

The new issue of COLORS, available on the April 23, is entitled Making the news. It is a monographic publication, a behind-the-scenes look at contemporary journalism, in the powerful context of transition in this new digital age, of paradoxes of publishing modernity, in an industry which is experiencing a great crisis of diffusion and  profits in the so-called “first world”, and at the same time recording significant growth of the circulation of newspapers in Africa, now close to 30%.

There is no better place to present a special issue of a magazine on selection and distribution of the news in contemporary journalism than the International Journalism Festival. Wednesday, 24 April at 11.00 in the Hotel Brufani – Sala Raffaello, the editor-in-chief of COLORS Patrick Waterhouse will show in a world premiere, volume number 86. A ‘multimedial’ introduction with videos, photos and music to describe the magazine “that speaks about the rest of the world”.

COLORS #86- Making the News from COLORS Magazine on Vimeo.