Yes, you read that right. Lovin Malta has officially launched a printed newspaper called Lovin Tomorrow. This is Malta’s first-ever Monday newspaper and it’s also completely free.
“Lovin Malta disrupted the online media landscape three years ago and now we want to do the same with print. Newspapers are an amazing medium and we believe they are here to stay, as long as they are able to adapt,” said Lovin Malta CEO Christian Peregin, to mark the occasion.
“Unlike other newspapers, we will not expect people to pay for our content. We will not even expect them to travel to a stationery. If the mountain will not come to Mohammed, then Mohammed must go to the mountain. We will be freely available in hotspots around Malta, ready for pickup at your convenience.”
With 20,000 printed copies, Lovin Tomorrow is now the most widely circulated newspaper in Malta.
The newspaper features loads of exclusives!
You’ll have to pick up a copy of your own to get the full scoop, but here’s a sneak peek at what you can expect to find in this week’s Lovin Tomorrow:
- Exclusive images of a new project aimed at bringing Malta’s iconic yellow buses back to our streets
- A scientific survey predicting the winners of next month’s MEP election
- A new musical by one of Malta’s biggest music legends
- Articles written by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat and Opposition leader Adrian Delia
- Exclusive extracts from the tell-all book by Daniel Holmes
- Opinion pieces by X Factor Malta Alex Alden and Richard Cachia Caruana, the strategist behind successive PN governments and others
- An agony aunt column by Chucky
And loads more….
You can pick up your copy of Lovin Tomorrow from these select spots throughout the day today
Between 6am and noon:
- City Gate, Valletta
- Sliema Ferries
- St George’s Bay, St Julian’s
- Various spots in Paola, Fgura, and Ħamrun
- University of Malta, Msida
- Junior College, Msida
- MCAST, Paola
- Mater Dei Hospital, Msida
Copies will also be available at the Airport, and at Agenda outlets all over the island (excluding Agenda Junior College outlet) until they run out!