Niche and hobby magazines have "become the darlings of the struggling magazine industry," building circulation and ad sales while general interest pubs fade "as readers increasingly turn to the
Internet for news and information," writes Christine Haughney. "Some high-end hobby magazines like Wine Spectator
and Cigar Aficionado
have not only experienced steady circulation
growth, but have also brought in big revenue by staging special events for subscribers."
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