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Glamour Goes Online Only

Published on November 30, 2018

Frank comments about Glamour Magazine's recent announcement that it is ceasing its print edition. Most magazines have now gone online, which has adversely affected large printers who offered printing and logistics services.

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By James Kohler on Dec 04, 2018

I must be old but I still like the printed magazine even though I have an iPad Pro 11”. For example, I belog to KelbyOne who publishes Phtotoshop User. I loved the print version and read it cover to cover. Now it is an electronic version and I hardly ever read it. Unfortunately the younger readers like the mobile way of reading, Magazines, newspapers and printers all have to think different today. BTW, I still get the New York Times on Sunday and love it!! Worth every penny I spend on it!!

 

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