‘Redbook’ to End Print Edition in 2019, Hearst Overhauls Top Editors.
Hearst announced yesterday that 115-year-old Redbook would cease print publication in January of 2019, becoming a digital-only brand.
Hearst had published the title for the past 35 years.
Is Redbook magazine still being published?
As part of a big restructuring today at Hearst, the company quietly announced that after January 2019, Redbook will become an “online-only destination.” This brings the number of original “seven sisters” women’s service magazines still appearing in print down to four. The magazine was originally founded in 1903.
Is Glamour magazine still published?
Glamour Magazine to Cease Regular Print PublicationGlamour Magazine to Cease Regular Print Publication. Yet another women’s magazine is moving away from print. Last year, Condé Nast reduced Glamour’s frequency to 11 issues a year, from 12.
Is Seventeen magazine still published?
Starting in 2019, the teen lifestyle magazine will focus in on the growing digital-first strategy at Hearst Magazines. Its subscription page on its website states that “Seventeen magazine will no longer be published regularly after the December 2018/January 2019 issue.”
What is Redbook magazine target audience?
Redbook magazine, you might assume, is the Laura Bush of glossies—maternal, remedial, smugly unstylish. (Redbook’s fellows in shame are publications whose readers tend to be single girls in their 20s while Redbook’s target audience is married women in their 30s.)