TimeOut is also published in Weekend on a Saturday as a guide of what to watch, read, play and do and content can be found under Entertainment on NZ Herald Online.
“TimeOut is The New Zealand Herald’s weekly entertainment section giving readers a vital mix of movies, music and TV." Russell Baillie, Editor, TimeOut
TimeOut delivers readers a comprehensive guide to what’s on in Auckland. Published on a Thursday it has broad appeal and gives readers the opportunity to plan for the weekend and their week ahead to help make the best use of their free time.
"TimeOut is the New Zealand Herald’s award-winning* entertainment section, combining the best in film, music, television, gadgets, gaming and live shows. TimeOut doesn’t just tell you what’s on, it tells you what’s good. Our readers trust what we say and listen to our recommendations.
As the country’s leading entertainment magazine, TimeOut gets access to both the biggest stars and the biggest shows. Smart, funny and just a little bit cheeky, TimeOut is committed to bringing readers the very best in entertainment." Joanna Hunkin, NZ Herald Head of Entertainment
TimeOut was awarded Best Newspaper Inserted Magazine at the 2014 Canon Media Awards.
In October 2014 Timeout was refreshed with a bold new modern layout & colour palette, along with additional content, an expanded What’s On Gig Guide and more reviews. In December 2014 we asked readers what they thought about Timeout and the new look. View research findings
Please note: Thursday Time Out will not be publishing on 24 December 2015 and 31 December 2015.
“The Herald is my daily fix for what’s happening today (shows, music, television), reviews of shows, movies or TV programs).”
“TimeOut lets me plan my week ahead, based around what’s happening in their area.”
Source: Nielsen CMI Fused Q4 14 - Q3 15 September *AP15+
"TimeOut is the place where Herald readers make decisions about how to spend their leisure time."
Weekly Print Readership309,000*