M2F new free daily for Bangkok

Screen shot 2011-10-12 at 11.40.18 AMSince yesterday, the new M2F (Monday to Friday) free Thai-language daily is published in Bangkok, the capital of Thailand.

The paper has a circulation of 400,000 and is published by Post Publishing Plc, the owner of the Bangkok Post and Post Today.

The paper is distributed through 200 spots in the city.

Post editor-in-chief Pichai Chuensuksawadi said in the Bangkok Post the content of M2F will differ from the Bangkok Post and Post Today: ”It will focus on what is relevant to the life of office workers and early morning commuters — snappy and concise news, human interest stories as well as useful information on health, work and modern lifestyle.” The tabloid-sized paper will also offer news and articles on shopping, dining, nightlife and celebrity gossip.

In 2008 another free daily was launched in Bangkok – the Daily Express by The Nation – but this paper seems to have disappeared.

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