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Rock in a hard place? Rolling Stone’s rebirth is the year’s most unlikely media story

Two years after the ink dried on its last issue, the magazine plans to grab the gen X market and run with it.

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Regionals first, now mags: the great media vanishing shows no signs of easing

Australia's major magazine publisher, Bauer Media, has suspended titles and announced redundancies. Is there any way back from this?

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The slow death of the Australian magazine

The central role that magazines have enjoyed in Australia over the last century has been shattered by an information-rich, attention-poor world.

Further job cuts as Bauer Media consolidates magazines

Bauer Media has reportedly given staff less than a week to decide if they will reapply for jobs at six Australian magazines.

Cosmopolitan Australia ‘no longer sustainable’, like most of the glossy mag industry

German publishing group Bauer Media have folded yet another beloved magazine. What does it say about the future of the industry?

Closure of Shop Til You Drop signals ongoing crisis for Aussie mags

As another Aussie mag goes down the gurgler, experts tell Emily Watkins what this means for current and future titles.

Total US newspaper publishing revenues including advertising and circulation fell 4.4%.

US publishing revenues plummet

Total US newspaper publishing revenues including advertising and circulation fell 4.4%.

Nudists don't sell. And other media tidbits of the day.

Media briefs: rude nudes … deja vu … Aussies abroad …

Nudists don't sell. And other media tidbits of the day.

Magazine publishers and newsagents have agreed to trial a program to get rid of low-selling magazine titles.

Proposed magazine cartel looks good on paper

Magazine publishers and newsagents have agreed to trial a program to get rid of low-selling magazine titles.

It's not unusual for the <em>Australian Women's Weekly</em> to feature someone not known for their modelling on the front. But July's cover is still, for the magazine industry, shocking. If it flops, it could be a long time before anyone takes the risk again.

A ‘brave’ cover, but will it sell? Women’s Weekly puts its money where its mouth is

It's not unusual for the Australian Women's Weekly to feature someone not known for their modelling on the front. But July's cover is still, for the magazine industry, shocking. If it flops, it could be a long time before anyone takes the risk again.