Conde Nast Could Finish Off the Print Industry

July 1, 2010 • Fashion



It seems that Conde Nast thinks that people are inherently stupid, otherwise there is no other logical explanation for this tactic.

The publisher revealed plans on Tuesday to print special editions of certain titles that will "bundle similar content and information found in themed, newsstand-only volumes". 

Conde Nast used Glamour's "Dos & Don'ts" as a possible example, and said that it would print as many as six collections over the remainder of 2010 from GQ, Bon Appetit, The New Yorker, and Vogue.

Yeah,… they will be printing MAGAZINES as books. Magazines you can currently find on the newsstands at $4.99 will now have a thicker cover and you'll be charged $19.99. That is a great way to save the print industry. Thanks, Conde Nast!

-Taneisha Jordan



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