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VERIZON AND HEARST'S COMPLEX MEDIA KILLS PRINT MAGAZINE

This will make the third print magazine we know of this week that has died. It all started with Conde Nast finally pulling the plug on Self magazine opting to turn its focus to the digital side of things. That was then followed by Bloomberg Media pulling the plug on its luxury lifestyle magazine 'Bloomberg Pursuits'. And now to cap off the week in magazine deaths, is Complex Magazine, the pop culture publication launched back in 2002 and acquired by Verizon and Hearst back in April will no longer exist in print. Like many of the print magazine closures before it, Complex will turn all its focus to digital.
The writing was on the wall in September, when the Hearst-Verizon venture combined Complex Media with two newly launched video networks — RatedRed.TV, which ostensibly caters to conservative Millennials, and news/comedy network Seriously.TV — creating Complex Networks, the components of which Hearst and Verizon claim generate more than 500 million video views each month from a combined social audience of over 75 million.
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VERIZON AND HEARST'S COMPLEX MEDIA KILLS PRINT MAGAZINE Reviewed by Editor on 7:21 AM Rating: 5
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