In Touch Weekly was started back in 2002 as a source for consumers wanting an inexpensive way to catch up on celebrity news. With so many people looking for a factual source of information that is not written in a tabloid style, this magazine is the perfect choice.
It has become a popular choice amongst many people in the younger crowd due to its inexpensive cover price that is much lower than People or US Weekly that offers the same type of information.
One of the most remarkable features throughout the In Touch Weekly publication is the use of some of the best photographs found in any magazine. The photos are mostly candid, but are very high quality Wikipedia.
Along with these exceptional photographs of current celebrities, the most liked attribute to this magazine is the fact that there are very few advertisements. It is found that with just about every issue, there are ten pages or less with ads and many of them are not full page size.
Every issue in the In Touch subscription include the main topics of Celebrities, News, Lifestyle, Style, and the cover stories. The celebrities section is the largest part of the magazine as this is where the news about the stars are discussed on just about every page. Within these sections the reader can catch up on their favorite television and movie stars in the news, the latest on their home life, the best clothes that the celebrities have worn, and some excellent in-depth cover stories that are factual and to the point.
Other features found within the pages of the magazine allow the reader to have a little more fun with “The Stars Above” for the weekly horoscopes, “Time to Relax” for a weekly crossword puzzle, “Best of The Week” for a summary of current television programs and new movies, and ” Last Words” for some interesting quotes that were spoken by the celebrities. Many subscribers find that they continue to purchase an In Touch subscription so that they can keep up with the latest celebrity gossip and have a little extra fun at the end of the week.