There’s no need to wait a whole month before enjoying your favourite Times of Malta flagship magazines, including Sunday Circle, Pink, Places and Child. Times2 – or X2, we’re not fussy – has just landed. A brand new portal full of fresh content related to your favourite topics that can be accessed right from the Times of Malta main menu.
Click on the ‘X2’ symbol and open the door to the latest arts, culture, food, travel, technology and lifestyle topics. From personality interviews to parenting tips; showbiz news to gender issues; theatre productions and live concerts; food and drink to circular economies; fashion, children’s activities and more… It’s all there on X2.
The best part? All your favourite magazines are right there and are very easy to access, each with its own menu so that you can zoom right to whatever you fancy. But don’t get stuck on one side of things – you never know what you’ll find to pique your interest just when you least expect it, whether you’re a listicles fan or you’re looking for some quick recipes to serve to your besties on the weekend.
The X2 editorial team is headed by executive editor Dr Ramona Depares, who is also the editor of Sunday Circle and Pink magazine. Contributing editors Fiona Galea Debono and Stephanie Fsadni are in charge of Places and Child magazines respectively. Together, the three editors bring a wealth of experience to the table, each having successfully spearheaded the print version of the Times of Malta magazines. The portal will also include a section dedicated to Business & Tech.
“While print remains my first love, offering a digital home to Malta’s favourite magazines opens up a lot of exciting opportunities to the editorial team. We look forward to taking these popular brands to new heights, as we fully intend to make sure that our digital footprint taps into new audiences while continuing to offer our loyal readers the meaningful content they’ve come to expect from all Times of Malta products,” Ramona said.
X2 has already attracted Malta’s top writers, as well as contributors who are all specialists in their field, from Malta’s Michelin-star chefs to money coaches, wine experts, coffee connoisseurs, architectural designers, professional counsellors and other content creators.
“Magazines like Sunday Circle, Pink, Places and Child come with a strong heritage and I look forward to this new opportunity to grow them further,” Ramona concluded.