Teen Vogue is going digital just like Glamour magazine. Apparently, too many teens are either reading via cellphone or not reading at all. I’m going to guess the latter. Sad details inside.
Teen Vogue becoming digital-only has also lead to publishing giant, Condé Nast, laying off 80 employees. So sad, and right before the holidays. WWD reports that they’ve even instilled a hiring freeze. Recent college grads looking to move to New York to become a famous magazine journalist should hold off and create a blog.
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The brand will also see budget cuts and its reported that the worst performing departments could get cuts stemming up to 20 percent. Geez. They’ve HAD to have seen this coming, no? I guess even with celebrity cover stars and intriguing articles, that isn’t enough to tickle a millenials fancy. On the other hand, I am a regular Glamour magazine subscriber, yet their subscription is changing from 12 annual issues to 11.
What a difference one makes, I have no idea. Prepare to see less issue of GQ, Allure and Architectural Digest magazine.