Sadly, Premiere Magazine have announced that they’re closing up their print division “propelled by changes in consumer behavior and the marketplace”. The April issue will be the last, but the “brand” will continue online, creating an outlet for daily movie news.Entertainment Weekly has always been my entertainment magazine of choice, but I’ve always picked up a copy of Premiere Magazine while at airports. Not that it’s ever been good, but the photos were nice to look at. And that’s the problem.
As it turns out, Premiere sold almost 25% fewer ad pages in 2006 than in previous years.Cool Posts From Around the Web: