„U.S. News & World Report“ Goes Digital-Only
In an internal memo sent Friday afternoon, U.S. News and World Report editor Brian Kelly informed staffers that the monthly magazine would cease regular print publication in favor of a “predominantly digital publishing model.”
The last print issue will ship to subscribers in December. U.S. News (news) and World Report will continue to produce “selected, single-topic print issues,” such as the publication’s popular university and personal finance guides, which will be made available at newsstands and through “targeted distribution,” Kelly said.
The magazine also plans to release four other special editions concentrated on topics such as history and religion throughout the year…