Another one bites the dust…this really comes as no surprise at it has been rumored for quite some time, but another magazine has died. This time, it’s Hearst Magazines’ CosmoGirl. Not that we think any of our readers actually read this magazine, but your daughters might. The teen title originally spun off from Cosmopolitan in 1999. The December issue will be the
last. The subscriber base will be folded into fellow Hearst title
Through October, CosmoGirl had 527 ad pages, down
15.5% from last year. (By contrast, Seventeen had 693 pages in
that period, down 8.8 percent, and Teen Vogue had 919 pages, down 5.9
percent.) Total circulation was 1.4 million.
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