'Teen Vogue' Cuts To Quarterly, Ramps Up Digital
Teen Vogue is cutting back from a monthly to a quarterly circulation and investing in the magazine's digital, video and social content. The new print edition will debut in spring 2017 and have a "collectible" feel.
In a statement, Jim Norton, chief business officer and president of revenue for Condé Nast, said the move "will better engage our audience where and how they consume our content."
Condé Nast added: "The new frequency is designed to capture key audience moments relevant to young readers lives."