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The technologies may still be pie-in-the-sky, but for the magazine industry, like most others, the buzzword for '94 is new media. CD-ROM. The digital superhighway. Multimedia" />

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MAGAZINES: IN A TIGHT SPOT By MARY HUH

The technologies may still be pie-in-the-sky, but for the magazine industry, like most others, the buzzword for '94 is new media. CD-ROM. The digital superhighway. Multimedia

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‘There are so many (options), we can’t get our arms around them right now,’ says Heinemann. With a corporate parent whose branches extend into virtually every form of media, publishers hope to tap into Time Warner’s futuristic cable system of interactive programming, telephone service and other two-way capabilities. ‘Time Inc.

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