4 Comments on “After 79 Years in Print, Newsweek Quits To Go Digital”

  1. Imran Rahman

    Things like these confirm that change is the only constant and that a business must be prepared and willing to evolve with the times, even when it means completely changing how things are done!

    1. John Souza

      @Imran – certainly, and I predict that publishing companies will move into digital more and more, until they are able to control this space, like they did when they first privatized print. It will be interesting to see what comes of this progression – new devices, new software and better ways to share digital information I’m sure! – John

  2. Wayne Turner

    Some are saying it’s sad when a paper publication comes to an end. I think it’s progress and although I am not tree hugger, it’s going to do a lot for the environment. I have been reading digital for 10 years and the more there is the better.
    All the best for digital success in 2013.

    1. John Souza

      @Wayne – agreed. We’ll all be sad to see the glossy paper editions go, but its better for everyone – cheaper for the magazine, better for the environment, and more convenient for the reader. – John

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