Marie Claire UK to cease print publication after 31 years

Women’s title will continue online and overseas print editions are unaffectedThe UK edition of Marie Claire is to cease publication after 31 years as the monthly women’s title joins a growing list of magazines that have succumbed to the shift to digital reading.A version of the magazine – which is published by TI Media, the owner of titles including Country Life and Wallpaper – will continue online. The company, formerly known as Time Inc, has entered into consultation with the approximately 35 members of staff affected by the closure. Continue reading... Continue reading at 'The Guardian'

[ The Guardian | 2019-09-10 11:45:36 UTC ]
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