'Glamour' Magazine Ending Print Version, Going Digital-Only
Conde Nast announced last week that Glamour magazine is ending its print version, with the women's monthly founded in 1939 to become digital-only. The final print issue will hit newsstands this week.
But how are my kids going to learn about "83 Ways to Please a Man" while standing in line at the checkout stand?!?
Editor-in-Chief Samantha Barry explained to the The New York Times why they're making the change to solely being online, saying, "It’s where the audiences are, and it’s where our growth is. That monthly schedule, for a Glamour audience, doesn’t make sense anymore."
Barry tweeted, "Our storytelling at Glamour will be digital, social and video-led with special print moments to mark big issues and events." Online access is remaining free for now.