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The Future of Out Traveler

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Story: Olga Bas

As you may have read in the news, the Out Traveler saw its last issue this month with its Winter 2008 edition.

Though the stand-alone, quarterly print magazine has been discontinued, the Out Traveler brand will grow and prosper in our ever-evolving gay travel website, OutTraveler.com and our extremely popular blog, GPS.OutTraveler.com.

In addition, starting early in 2009, Out Traveler content can be found in a newly-created section of the new-and-improved Advocate (launching with its February issue, mailing in January) and in the pages of Out.

With the emergence of a bold redesign of the legendary Advocate, up to eight pages per issue will be devoted to travel editorial, with a focus on business and weekend travel. The Advocate will also feature six experts who will appear in each issue of the magazine, covering Travel, Health, Fitness, Finance, Food & Drink, and Style.

While Out, the world’s biggest selling lifestyle magazine for gay men, will add to its travel coverage, expanding on its popular Destination city guides and the Suite Escapes section that identifies stylish hotels with gay appeal. In addition, the magazine will publish two travel issues a year, covering luxury travel in its May issue and winter travel in the November one.

Editor in chief Ed Salvato will continue to oversee travel content for these platforms and brands.


Story: Olga Bas

As you may have read in the news, the Out Traveler saw its last issue this month with its Winter 2008 edition.

Though the stand-alone, quarterly print magazine has been discontinued, the Out Traveler brand will grow and prosper in our ever-evolving gay travel website, OutTraveler.com and our extremely popular blog, GPS.OutTraveler.com.

In addition, starting early in 2009, Out Traveler content can be found in a newly-created section of the new-and-improved Advocate (launching with its February issue, mailing in January) and in the pages of Out.

With the emergence of a bold redesign of the legendary Advocate, up to eight pages per issue will be devoted to travel editorial, with a focus on business and weekend travel. The Advocate will also feature six experts who will appear in each issue of the magazine, covering Travel, Health, Fitness, Finance, Food & Drink, and Style.

While Out, the world’s biggest selling lifestyle magazine for gay men, will add to its travel coverage, expanding on its popular Destination city guides and the Suite Escapes section that identifies stylish hotels with gay appeal. In addition, the magazine will publish two travel issues a year, covering luxury travel in its May issue and winter travel in the November one.

Editor in chief Ed Salvato will continue to oversee travel content for these platforms and brands.


Story: Olga Bas

As you may have read in the news, the Out Traveler saw its last issue this month with its Winter 2008 edition.

Though the stand-alone, quarterly print magazine has been discontinued, the Out Traveler brand will grow and prosper in our ever-evolving gay travel website, OutTraveler.com and our extremely popular blog, GPS.OutTraveler.com.

In addition, starting early in 2009, Out Traveler content can be found in a newly-created section of the new-and-improved Advocate (launching with its February issue, mailing in January) and in the pages of Out.

With the emergence of a bold redesign of the legendary Advocate, up to eight pages per issue will be devoted to travel editorial, with a focus on business and weekend travel. The Advocate will also feature six experts who will appear in each issue of the magazine, covering Travel, Health, Fitness, Finance, Food & Drink, and Style.

While Out, the world’s biggest selling lifestyle magazine for gay men, will add to its travel coverage, expanding on its popular Destination city guides and the Suite Escapes section that identifies stylish hotels with gay appeal. In addition, the magazine will publish two travel issues a year, covering luxury travel in its May issue and winter travel in the November one.

Editor in chief Ed Salvato will continue to oversee travel content for these platforms and brands.

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