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Topic: The Week

TheWeek.com Launches 'Speed Reads' Vertical

Is shortform the new longform?

In the past couple of years, the “longread” has been one of the most popular buzzwords among online publications, with outlets from BuzzFeed to The Atlantic touting investments in more…

The Week Launches E-Commerce Site

Retail model based on sibling pub Mental Floss

Dennis Publishing’s newsmagazine The Week is taking a page from sibling title Mental Floss’ playbook and delving into e-commerce. Today, The Week is launching an online store where readers can…

End of Saturday Delivery Puts Magazines, Newpapers in Bind

Change set to take effect Aug. 5

Weekly newsmagazines, already challenged to stay relevant when news is available around the clock, now have to figure out how to make sure they get in readers’ hands on a…

After Newsweek, Is Writing on Wall for Newsweeklies?

Category seen as first to die out

Newsweek, now facing a digital-only future, isn’t the only newsweekly that’s struggling in print. Fellow mass-audience title Time is down 19 percent in ad pages in the first half of…

News Sites Have Record Month

Osama bin Laden and animal slide shows add up to a popularity boom

May was a banner month for Internet news site traffic, WWD reported. According to their internal Omniture stats, news sites Slate (15.8 million unique visitors), The Atlantic (10 million), The…

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