In an effort to cut costs and stay relevant in an age of up-to-the-minute, breaking online news, US News & World Report in 2008 reduced its print frequency from weekly to biweekly, and finally to monthly. Similarly, Newsweek plans to shrink its print format and focus on more feature-length stories. Its editor recently told The New York Times, “The drill of chasing the week’s news to add a couple of hard-fought new details is not sustainable.”
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