FILE PHOTO: General view of a near deserted Regent Street as the spread of the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) continues. London, Britain March 21, 2020 REUTERS/Peter Nicholls
LONDON (Reuters) – London’s Time Out, a food, drink and entertainment listings magazine, has rebranded as Time In and stopped its print run after coronavirus forced its usual readers to desert the streets.
Launched in 1968 to detail everything the British capital had to offer, the weekly magazine was handed out at public transport hubs and available in cafes, pubs, shops and galleries to read for free.
The group has expanded to 328 cities around the world through online listings, events and branded markets.
It said on Monday that with city-dwellers at home it would go digital-only and show readers how they could support local businesses or access local culture with themes such as “Time In Daily” and “The best of the city – straight to your sofa”.
“Since 1968, Time Out has curated the best of the…
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