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What next for The Week? The content curator's plans for the digital domain

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When The Week launched in 2001, the Wall Street Journal asked if its owner was “mad” to take on famous weeklies like Time and Newsweek. Over a decade later, those publications are on the ropes, while the The Week has defied the odds to become profitable both online and in...
What next for The Week? The content curator's plans for the digital domain

Newsweek shuts print edition, goes gently into digital night

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Another icon of 20th century news reporting is about to disappear. Newsweek editor Tina Brown announced this morning that the magazine will publish its final print copy on December 31 but live on in a new tablet edition known as Newsweek Global. The move appeared to be inevitable after recent...
Newsweek shuts print edition, goes gently into digital night

Paul Carr’s NSFWCorp Web Publication Launches To Much Fanfare

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Former TC’er Paul Carr’s latest venture, called NSFWCorp, has launched into private beta. It’s a weekly news magazine dubbed as the “the Economist as written by ‘The Daily Show’” and will be available for $26 a year or “two bucks a month.” What’s particularly interesting, however, is how the company...
Paul Carr’s NSFWCorp Web Publication Launches To Much Fanfare

Newsweek to cease print publication by the end of the year, launching single global digital edition

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Newsweek, the American weekly news magazine published in NYC, is going all-digital by the end of 2012, marking the end of an era for the almost 80-year-old publication. The last print edition in the United States will be its December 31 issue, and will look to grow its tablet and...
Newsweek to cease print publication by the end of the year, launching single global digital edition

Does Barry Diller Know Something About The Future Of Newsweek That Tina Brown Doesn't Know?

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Yesterday, many news outlets reported that Newsweek owner Barry Diller had said or implied that Newsweek might kill its print edition this fall and go all digital. This news, not surprisingly, apparently sent the Newsweek newsroom into a panic. And it prompted Newsweek's legendary editor, Tina Brown, to take time...
Does Barry Diller Know Something About The Future Of Newsweek That Tina Brown Doesn't Know?

Apple VP backs payment platform Cleeng to break U.S.

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Two European content payment platforms are advancing with news of an investment and a move in to video. Netherlands-based Cleeng, which we have previously reported on and which facilitates payments through blog CMSes and other suites for outlets including La Tribune, Dailymotion and VentureBeat, is raising a €400,000 ($511,000) investment...
Apple VP backs payment platform Cleeng to break U.S.

11 Beautiful examples of typography in the real-world

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Sometimes no matter how beautiful a typeface is, it can still be quite difficult to imagine just how you’d end up using it on actual projects. Especially for the less typographically-inclined, even distinct faces can hide their true personalities if only seen in a simple “the quick brown fox” sample....
11 Beautiful examples of typography in the real-world
Forty-two Polish news sites push Piano's 'pay' switch

Tehelka - India's Independent Weekly News Magazine

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Tehelka - India's Independent Weekly News Magazine

Newsweek Going All Digital In 2013 Due To "The Challenging Economics Of Print Publishing And Distribution"

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Newsweek, the U.S. weekly news magazine that’s been in publication since 1933, today announced it would be going all-digital beginning in early 2013. The last print version will be the December 31, 2012 edition, and the company will rename its publication “Newsweek Global” when it goes digital-only, targeted web and...
Newsweek Going All Digital In 2013 Due To "The Challenging Economics Of Print Publishing And Distribution"

Newsweek plans eventual transition to digital-only format

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Owner of magazine says company is examining their options as manufacturing costs continue to hinder publication's profitsThe owners of Newsweek have said they are considering whether to make the weekly news magazine available only in a digital format.Barry Diller, chairman of IAC/InteractiveCorp, told analysts on a conference call that a...
Newsweek plans eventual transition to digital-only format
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