Changes to the CR website

It’s been nearly six months since we launched our new site. Now we have a better understanding of how people are using it, we are making a few changes…

It’s been nearly six months since we launched our new site. Now we have a better understanding of how people are using it, we are making a few changes…

Firstly, we have decided to make all the video content on CRTV open access. So everyone can now enjoy films such as this, on our recent exhibition of graduate work at Mother

We will be showing a lot more video in the months to come. In particular we want to encourage contributions to our series on studios and agencies, to which we already have contributions from Music

And Cog – which you can watch here

If you fancy making a film about your studio for us, please email gavin.lucas@centaur.co.uk

The second major change is that, as a general rule, magazine archive content as well as current issue content will now be available only to CR magazine subscribers. We are doing this in order to reward our print subscribers who, in a very tough market, are continuing to support the magazine with their hard-earned cash.

However, there may be certain magazine articles that we feel will stimulate debate and which are particularly topical. In that event, we will still allow everyone access to those articles via the blog so that online readers will not lose out on the opportunity to debate the major issues. And, of course, we will continue to bring you daily content here on the CR Blog.

In addition, in the coming weeks we will be introducing various tweaks to the site, including some additional functionality on Feed and some changes prompted by user feedback.

Since launching the new site, we have trebled our readership online. Thank you to all our readers. We hope that you continue to enjoy the site and magazine.

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