Did Newsweek’s Decline in Subscriptions Cause Its Demise?

As I wrote last week, Newsweek’s botched digital transition has put the legacy publication back on the auction block. But that botched transition was
As I wrote last week, Newsweek's botched digital transition has put the legacy publication back on the auction block. But that botched transition was preceded by a steep decline in subscriptions, according to figures from the Pew Research Center. Since 2007, Newsweek has lost more than 50% of its print subscribers. And while print magazines across the board have been struggling to maintain subscribers, look how Newsweek compares to TIME magazine: Clearly, there's a way for legacy…...

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