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Newsweek's Final Cover: 80-Year-Old Magazine Ends Print Edition

Decline in subscriptions and online use drives print to death.
10/18/2012

Transcript for Newsweek's Final Cover: 80-Year-Old Magazine Ends Print Edition

It was -- always just -- there and sort of everywhere but now. The space in real space that Newsweek occupied nearly eighty years will be after the December issue. Empty space forever just care there.... See More
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