Newsweek declares an end to long life in print

With 1.5 million subscribers, Newsweek is becoming the largest publication yet to abandon print with its decision to stop the presses at the end of the year. The move will mean staff reductions as the magazine goes entirely digital as the paid-subscription Newsweek Global, though some Newsweek content will also appear on the free Daily Beast website. The decision brings to an end an era that began for Newsweek in 1933 but has seen print circulation and ad pages drop with the onset of the digital age.

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