Monday, December 2, 2013

A Change at New York Magazine "Underscores the Dreary Economics of Print".

The number of periodical subscriptions in Wisconsin public libraries peaked in 2000.

Long on Cutting Edge of Print, New York Magazine Cuts Back. (The New York Times, 12/2/2013)

Excerpt:  Along with the closing of the printed Newsweek and the planned spin-off of Time Inc., which includes the weeklies Time and People, the move to bi-weekly publishing represents the end of an era and underscores the dreary economics of print and its diminishing role in a future that’s already here.

Anyone know what happened in 1994?

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