WaterSki magazine is set to unveil a bold new redesign in its April 2010 issue, which goes on sale March 23 at newsstands, bookstores and water sports retailers. The world’s leading water ski publication has undergone an exciting transformation designed to give WaterSki readers more bang for their buck.
WaterSki’s makeover starts from the ground and works its way up. The foundation of the redesign is a new larger format, which will debut in the April issue. The magazine’s pages will grow by nearly 12 percent, and new high-quality paper will complement the increased format.
In addition, WaterSki Art Director Russ Moore has revamped the magazine’s layout to make the most of the increases in format and quality. The sport’s most dynamic photography is given room to soar throughout the new layout while WaterSki’s departments are packed with more information than ever before.
The redesign also includes a new and improved instruction section that will incorporate the latest techniques on everything from slalom and trick skiing to wakeboarding and wake skiing.
“WaterSki’s new oversized format will give our brand more creative freedom with bigger, action-packed, inspirational and educational photography, while offering our readers more in-depth and easier-to-decipher information about the water ski world and how to become a better skier,” says WaterSki Editor Todd Ristorcelli.
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