Post Today to go digital-only, M2F to shut down in March

Post Today to go digital-only, M2F to shut down in March

With the rapid changes in the media industry, the Bangkok Post Group is transforming its business and operations to better respond to its audience.

The company will streamline its portfolio and focus more on digital platforms and services. Under this restructuring, M2F, the Thai-language freesheet tabloid, will cease publication and distribution. Post Today, the Thai language business newspaper, will also stop print publication and transform into a fully digital content provider. The changes will take place in March.

The Bangkok Post, both in its print and digital versions, remains the flagship product of the company.

The Bangkok Post Group remains fully committed to ethical and reliable journalism and providing our readers with the best quality news and information.

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