Glamour Magazine Shutters Print Edition after January 2019 Issue
Another women’s magazine ditches print in favor of digital audience
Condé Nast-owned Glamour magazine is the latest women’s magazine to ditch print in favor of a digital audience, reports The New York Times. Just a year ago, Glamour went from 12 issues down to 11, but now it is ending its regular print edition altogether. The last issue will be the magazine’s January issue, scheduled to be on newsstands now. The magazine may occasionally publish special issues like its popular Women of the Year edition. According to Condé Nast, Glamour, which was first published in 1939, reaches one out of eight American women, with 9.7 million print readers, more than 11 million unique monthly users online, and over 14 million social media followers.
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