80 Year Old Consumer Reports Goes Under The Knife
Starting with the November issue, gone are the large black letters, replaced by more streamlined lettering and larger graphics. Despite the digital changes and investment, there are no plans to eliminate the print magazine, Tellado says. “We’re finding that a good portion of people still like it. We’re investing in it. We have stable readership,” she says.
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