Condé Nast Cuts Back on Teen Vogue

The mag will only be published four times per year.

5f00f750ebfe30a7_TV_0C1_TVCV001036D0_NOUPCCondé Nast is reshaping Teen Vogue into a digital-first brand. The company has announced that it is reducing the magazine’s publishing rate to just four times per year.

The first of the quarterly releases—each tied to “key audience moments relevant to young readers’ lives—will debut in the spring of next year. That issue’s theme is young love.

As Teen Vogue reduces its print output, it will increase its video, digital and social production.

Leading the Teen Vogue revolution is Amy Oelkers, who has been promoted to head of revenue for Teen Vogue. She most recently served as the mag’s executive head of digital sales.

The rest of the Teen Vogue leadership team includes Elaine Welteroth (editor), Phillip Picardi (digital editorial director), and Marie Suter (creative director).