RTE’s Sunday edition is a far cry from its usual, weekday newsstands.

The magazine, which was launched on August 31, has moved away from its traditional format, with a new, smaller-format publication that runs to just over 10,000 words.

This is in part to reduce the number of stories that are printed and the overall size of the print edition.

A new ‘daily’ edition is also being launched, running to almost 6,000 stories.

It will run for seven days from now. 

In an interview with RTE, RTE News editor Michael Byrne explained why he chose to change the format.

“I think it is important for us to be as honest and transparent as possible about what’s going on in our industry, and we know that our readers love our stories.

We are going to continue to do that, and it’s something that we’ve been doing for some time now,” he said.”

When I look at a week’s worth of coverage from this magazine, I realise how much of a commitment it is to our readers that we publish stories that we feel are genuinely honest, which I do.” 

Byrne explained that this move was also driven by the need to get the content out more quickly.

“It’s just a way to get it out there quickly and hopefully to get as many people to read it as we can, to be able to share it and to get more people involved in it,” he explained. 

Bryant said that the new format will not only be more efficient, but will also allow for greater flexibility in how the magazine is edited. 

“It will allow us to take the content we’ve printed, put it in a way that we can be flexible, which means that it will be able and will continue to be a very powerful platform for the industry and a platform for journalism to get its message across,” he added. 

This week’s issues of the magazine, available to buy on the magazine’s website, will be available on Wednesday, with the next issue to be published on Friday. 

The decision to abandon the traditional Sunday print edition was made in order to “move more rapidly in terms of our editorial content, as well as the stories that will be published,” Byrne explained.

“I think we have a lot of good content in the magazine.

I think the most important piece is the ‘dressing room’ piece, which is the most honest, open, and honest piece that we have, but it’s also the piece that is the clearest, most informative, and the most interesting piece of journalism that we do.”

The ‘dresses’ piece has always been the most popular piece of content in our magazine. 

So it’s a really important piece for us that we move it up in a very rapid fashion, and that we go through it on Sunday.” 

The new format will also see the publication run longer stories, and a shorter piece of the weekend. 

RTE News Editor Michael Byrne said the new editorial model would “give the magazine more flexibility” in the future “We will be changing the way we do it, but we are going into a very interesting period where there is so much more information coming in from the world, that we need to do a much more accurate, comprehensive look at what’s happening.” 

In the interview, Byrne also revealed that RTE will be offering a number of free RTE apps and magazines, in an effort to “bring RTE to the next level”. 

RITES is also looking to change its online strategy, with Byrne suggesting that the magazine could be offering more in-depth stories, as a way of “making sure that it’s available for people who are not necessarily interested in the technology”. 

We have had a great run of them, they are very popular, and there is a very passionate audience for them. “

This is a business that’s very important to us and we are very passionate about the podcasts.

We have had a great run of them, they are very popular, and there is a very passionate audience for them. 

It is something that’s important to our business and we want to be the best podcast platform we can for our audience.” 

“If we are to continue expanding and grow our audience, we need the platform to be something that is really good for our customers and the best place for our business to be,” Byrne added.

“And that means we are looking at a number.

We need to grow our podcasts, but also we are also looking into how we can grow our social media.” 

RÉ DÉVOLUTION ( RTE ) has also said it will continue the tradition of producing RTE-specific features in the coming weeks, as part of a strategy to improve its digital presence. 

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