Â U.S. News & World Report is getting out of the newsmagazine business and going all digital.
The financially struggling magazine, which cut back to biweekly publication earlier this year, now plans to reinvent itself on the Web. While it will publish one print edition each month, according to staffers briefed on the decision, these will be entirely devoted to consumer guides — such as its annual rankings of colleges and hospitals — and contain no other news.
Another high-profile print publication trying to make the transition to the Web as an online-only player. Will be interesting to watch.
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