How The Magazine Cover Is Surviving — And Thriving — In The Digital Revolution

by: Catherine Taibi | Huffington Post

When former Newsweek editor Tina Brown announced in October 2012 that the storied magazine — for decades a fixture on newsstands and coffee tables across the country — would end its print edition by the end of the year, she believed the company had done all it could in the realm of print.

 

Newsweek had been through a rocky few years. Profits steadily declined in the early aughts as subscriptions dwindled; the magazine lost 50 percent of its subscribers between 2007 and 2011.

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