“As a result of the difficult economy and continuing advertising decline across the industry, Page Six Magazine will now be published four times a year,” announced Jennifer Jehn, Senior Vice President. “We’re proud that it’s a great magazine and, should the advertising market improve in the future, we will revisit publishing it more frequently.”
The last weekly edition of Page Six Magazine is expected to be in paper on Sunday, February 15, 2009.”
I would love to see the world without celebrity gossip magazines. Thank goodness we value news over other people’s drama. Although, can you really call the stories in the NY Post news? You also know what this means…people are going online for their information - gossip or otherwise. Great for my business, but not so sure how pleasant it will be for me.
The NY Post can’t call itself news, but you think you can call yourself a “style blogger”? A “writer”? No. It won’t be pleasant for you, Mary. You are your own worst enemy and I have a feeling I am not the first to say so. Nor will I be the last.
Your own house of cards is Tumbling all around you, do you really not see it?
PS: it’s DOMINOES