Future Publishing's Home Entertainment magazine has been given a bigger mid-size format, affording the title an extra inch of news stand presence to go with its fresh new look. Future says the aim of this redesign is to move Home Entertainment's focus away from film coverage towards being a more user-friendly, one-stop buying guide for home cinema enthusiasts. It will explore everything from widescreen TVs and projectors to personal video recorders and plasma screens. As a result, the design of the magazine has been changed to provide a practical, clearly navigable and easy-to-read title. With more than 700 products in the latest issue alone, the magazine claims to offer an "exhaustive overview" of the home cinema market. Mark Higham, editor-in-chief of Home Entertainment, said: "The home cinema market is moving fast. In response to this growth, we need to evolve our magazines, making them more suitable to the ever-changing requirements of our readers. "The redesigned Home Entertainment complements the current home cinema market perfectly. If you're interested in kitting out your living-room, this is the ultimate, must-read magazine." The redesigned July issue of Home Entertainment magazine goes on sale on June 17 with a cover price of £3.40. Distribution is by Seymour. {{CTN }}