Thursday, October 18, 2012
Unlamented: Newsweek's Print Edition Finally Put Out of its Misery
Newsweek carried a big torch for Palin for awhile.
Newsweek to Cease Print Publication at End of Year. (The New York Times, 10/18/2012)
Once upon a time. Founded in 1933, Newsweek established a venerable place in the American media landscape, competing ferociously with Time Magazine week in and week out to bring news to several million readers. In the pre-Internet era, before a constant stream of real-time information was available, the two magazines were viewed as among the best sources of news and analysis — an attractive product on the newsstand and a highly anticipated arrival in the mailboxes of subscribers.