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U.S. News Shifts Focus to Digital

U.S. News & World Report is pulling the plug on its regular print edition. From the Washington Post:

The financially struggling magazine, which cut back to biweekly publication earlier this year, now plans to reinvent itself on the Web. While it will publish one print edition each month, according to staffers briefed on the decision, these will be entirely devoted to consumer guides — such as its annual rankings of colleges and hospitals — and contain no other news.

Last week, the Christian Science Monitor announced that its daily print edition will be replaced by Web coverage in April 2009.

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  • bowerbird

    so when will the first long-time _book_ publisher give up on print?

    -bowerbird