Exclusive: TEN Publishing Is Shuttering 19 Car Magazines

TEN Publishing will shutter 19 of its 22 automotive print magazines by the end of the year, leaving MotorTrend, Hot Rod and Four Wheeler as the only three titles that will continue to be published in a physical format in 2020. According to a memo sent to staffers at MotorTrend Group Friday morning and obtained by Folio:, titles going out of print include Automobile, Lowrider, Truck Trend and Vette, among several others. A full list can be found below. "It was announced today that TEN Publishing will discontinue publishing 19 of its 22 automotive print titles by the end of the year," wrote MotorTrend Group president and GM Alex Wellen in the memo. "I know this is difficult news, but I want to assure you that we remain committed to you and your pursuit to deliver quality automotive storytelling and journalism across all of our content platforms." MotorTrend Group, a joint venture formed in 2017 and majority owned by Discovery Communications, comprises the digital and video businesses of the company formerly known as The Enthusiast Network, whereas TEN Publishing controls those brands' print magazines. Under a licensing agreement, MotorTrend Group provides editorial and ad sales support to TEN, producing content for both MotorTrend Group's digital platforms and TEN's magazines. Folio: reached out to TEN for comment but hasn't heard back. "Simply put, we need to be where our audience is," Wellen continued in the memo. "Tens of millions of fans visit MotorTrend’s digital... Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

[ Folio Magazine | 2019-12-06 14:31:12 UTC ]
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