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Glamor said it will continue to “celebrate big moments” with special edition issues as opposed to a monthly print edition: “Our storytelling and service will continue to reach Glamour’s audience on the platforms they frequent most-which means we’re going to use print the way our audiences do. “
The last monthly print edition, the January 2019 issue, will hit newsstands next week.
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“Over all platforms, Glamor is the ultimate authority for the next generation of change-makers, leading the conversations, informing and entertaining,” Barry said. “As we head into our 80th year, I believe this to be true more than ever before! “
The announcement comes a year after the company closed print editions for Teen Vogue and Self Magazine, a move to cut back on expenses allocated to the declining print business.
The New York Times, which first broke the news, reported that Conde Nast – publisher if the likes of Vogue and Vanity Fair – lost more than $ 120 million last year.
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