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NME and The Accelerating Decline Of Print Publications

NME and The Accelerating Decline Of Print Publications

Venerable music industry magazine NME announced the end of its print edition last week, following in the fated footsteps of many similar publications.  It's demise was inevitable, says analyst Zach Fuller of MiDIA, in large part because the print advertising apocalypse is gathering speed. Guest post by Zach Fuller of MiDIA To paraphrase a proverb on ...


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