Rogers to stop printing MoneySense, Canadian Business
Rogers Communications announced Friday that it would stop printing copies of its personal finance magazine MoneySense and its business magazine Canadian Business.
Sean Craig of the Financial Post writes, “Beginning in January, Canadian Business, Flare, MoneySense and Sportsnet magazines will become what the company calls ‘content brands,’ regularly publishing content online and through apps.
“Maclean’s, Canada’s only newsweekly magazine, will appear monthly, but continue to publish a weekly digital edition. Chatelaine and Today’s Parent, currently published monthly, will be reduced to six editions a year, and follow the same publishing schedule online.
“Hello! Canada magazine’s print schedule is unaffected by the announcement, and it will continue to print a weekly edition. Rogers launched Hello! Canada in 2006 as the newest in an international group of celebrity publications under the Hello! brand, which it licenses from Spanish magazine ¡Hola!”
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