Mediaweek puts an end to print issuesBy Jonas Lopez in Media News on Tuesday, 03rd October 2017 at 12:11pm
Media trade sheet Mediaweek is doing away with its print edition at the end of the year, staff writer James Manning announced on Friday.
The company stated that the move is in response to audience requests for a “digital-only model” and increased online advertisements.
In addition to the 12 magazines still available for the last quarter, Mediaweek is planning special sections with them that reflect on the publication’s 27-year history. The October issues will cover the history of the company during the 1990s. The 2000-2010 period will be featured for the November editions while the finale issues in December cover company tidbits for the past six years.
On the digital side of things, Mediaweek’s Morning Report will still be out daily while a new 2018 premium subscription package is to be laid down soon.
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