'Newsweek' To Revive Print Version

CNN Money, Wednesday, December 4, 2013 9:55 AM
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Less than a year after Newsweek's previous owners announced they were publishing its last-ever dead-trees issue, "IBT Media, the obscure media company that bought [the pub] in August," now says it "will revive the magazine's print edition early next year, possibly as soon as January," writes Brian Stelter. "Subscriber revenues will cover expenses," according to the book's editor in chief, because "we won't charge less than it costs to produce."

This is the third recent news item from a weekly magazine. Previously, New York mag said it was going biweekly, and The Week announced it was increasing frequency from 48 to 51 issues yearly.
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