Glamour embraces digital, drops regular print edition
19 days ago - By Fashion United
Glamour, the fashion and beauty magazine popular with young women, is ditching its monthly print editions and embracing the online revolution, its chief editor and publishers Conde Nast announced
As Conde Nast navigates choppy waters for print media, Glamour's 37-year-old editor-in-chief Samantha Barry announced the change in an email to staff, saying that special print editions would still be released.
"We're going to move off of a monthly print schedule, but please know this does not mean we are ceasing print entirely," she wrote.
"We're going to use print the way our audiences...
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