Iconic music magazine gets a makeover

NME redesign

The new look NME features a new logo, with new heavyweight paper

In the tough industry of print publications, keeping things fresh is imperrative to the brand's success. The NME is one of the biggest music publications in the UK, still bringing out a new issue every week decades after rivals such as Melody Maker and Sounds were killed off. This week saw the announcement of a new look and a complete redesign of the magazine - both in content and appearance.

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