Glamour To Stop Publishing Regular Print Magazine

After nearly eight decades, the monthly print edition of Glamour women's magazine will be coming to an end.  

The last regularly scheduled print edition of the magazine is set to hit newsstands next week.  The move by publisher Condé Nast is the latest change made to shift away from the declining print business and more towards the growth in the expanding digital business.  

Under the current structure, the brand reaches around two million people through print circulation, but closer to 20 million online.  

Other magazine titles such as Vogue and Vanity Fair are set to continue with regularly published print editions.

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