Some Mags Charge More For Digital Versions

Demonstrating the newfound prominence of digital media, some magazine publishers now charge more for e-versions than for their print publications. “Buffeted by declining advertising … magazines are turning to tablet computers and digital editions to boost circulation revenue,” The Wall Street Journal reports. Readers of Cosmopolitan, for instance, can buy their first year's subscription to the print magazine for $10, while the digital edition will set them back $19.99.
 

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