Media Bulletin

Sportsister makes digital transition

By Glenn Docherty

12th September 2012

Category: Consumer

Due to the success of the website, mobile site and social media, Sportsister will no longer produce a printed version of it's magazine.

Co-founder and editor Louise Hudson said: "I am very proud of the magazine that the Sportsister team created over the past few years, and have loved hearing all the positive feedback we received from our readers. the future for Sportsister though is digital and we look forward to welcoming all our loyal magazine readers online to continue to enjoy Sportsister for many more years to come in this way,” said . will continue to be the home for women’s sport,  promoting women’s sport, fitness and participation through it’s varied digital forms of communication.

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