End of an Era – Newsweek Publishes Last Print Issue

Liberal magazine Newsweek published its last print edition this week. In a country that is infested with hundreds of far left publications, Newsweek could no longer compete.
Good riddance.

This week will feature the last ever print edition of Newsweek magazine. Editor-in-chief Tina Brown tweeted, “Bitter sweet! Wish us luck! #LastPrintIssue” with a photo of the cover, and that hashtag, “#LASTPRINTISSUE” is the headline on the cover.

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  • Stephana

    Good riddance. It wasn’t even suitable to line a birdcage.

  • driguana

    Thank heavens!

  • Bigkahuna

    I guess it’s back to the Obama toilet paper !

    Like anyone will notice?

  • NeoKong


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  • Amalgamated Cliff Divers, Local 157

    Newsweek was still in print?

  • YAY!

  • Patty
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  • Don’t worry Tina, nobody is going to miss you.

  • Patty

    The final print edition will be the Dec. 31, 2012 issue.

    For decades Newsweek was owned by the Washington Post (WPO). But the Post sold the magazine to audio industry pioneer Sidney Harman in August 2010. It was merged with The Daily Beast in a deal finalized in February 2011, creating a joint venture that was half-owned by IAC/InterActiveCorp (IACI). IAC/Interactive took a controlling interest in the joint venture earlier this year.

    Newsweek’s print edition had a paid circulation of 1.2 million copies over the last 12 months, while it had only 26,394 paid electronic copies on average, according to circulation data printed in the most recent edition. Its paid circulation was over 3.1 million as recently as 2006. Time, its primary competitor, has a paid circulation of 3.3 million for its print edition. CNNMoney and Time are both owned by Time Warner (TWX, Fortune 500).

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  • MAJMike

    Burn in Hell, Tina!

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  • Economan

    It will not be missed by those who love their country, but it will be missed by imbeciles and nitwits.

  • briscuit

    No loss here~

  • vityas

    Yippee Ki Ay etc.

  • Good riddance to this rancid propaganda rag

  • Multitude

    When the Party produces the message that is cloned everywhere, there simply isnt a need for ao many outlets.

  • Was in the doctor’s office and saw a Newsweek magazine with a picture of Obama and a banner… Is Obama the Democrat’s Reagan? No wonder they are going out of business. They pandered to delusional fantasy so now they must ride their unicorns off into the sunset.

  • gastorgrab

    Now it will be just a little bit easier for Liberals to erase evidence, and claim they never held a certain position.

    They’ve eliminated the paper trail.

  • srdem65

    How sad they must be to realize they no longer control what we see or read. On the net is every point of view, every opinion and we get to pick who reflects our own views.
    And, we didn’t pick theirs.

  • stuart

    We’re all socialists now. Remember that? Well how’s that working out fer ya?

  • Tom Kubiak, Colonel, USAF (Ret)

    Doesn’t deserve an Amen either!

  • Economan

    Worthless treasonous propaganda rag not worth toilet paper.

  • AuntieMadder

    Goodbye to bad rubbish.

  • Jim Scrummy

    Does Time still publish in dead tree? Oh well, they’ll be next. Old media can’t die fast enough for me.

  • dba_vagabond_trader

    Time is next. Commie rag.

  • Patty
  • Patty

    “they” correction

  • Patty
  • Blacque Jacques Shellacque

    Liberal magazine Newsweek published its last print edition this week.

    Die, you scumbags.

  • BurmaShave

    Maybe by next summer most doctor’s offices in the country will be rid of this Progressive propaganda rag.

  • JoyO

    I’ll never forget Newsweek’s “Are We All Socialists Now?” cover! I pray the answer will never be “Yes.”

  • saveus

    no loss except for the demented libs

  • To paraphrase a bumper sticker: “End of an Error”


    They will soon find that the internet was not the cause of their demise.

  • Ripped

    Hopefully they are starting a trend.

  • Rachelle

    Let’s home TIME and NYT aren’t far behind.

  • Conservative Ken

    Dang! I have to buy real toilet paper now.

  • Mad Hatter

    Rachelle commented:

    Let’s home TIME and NYT aren’t far behind.


    It’s just a matter of time that all these Alinsky rags will go to online only. The American people have more options than just Newsweek, Time, New York Times, USA Today, Washington Post, etc.

    When you start stacking up the cost of doing business in print,

    Paper cost,
    Ink Cost,
    Delivery trucks,
    Drivers, and their pensions
    Printing machine energy consumption,
    Employees to run machines, and their pensions,

    It’s just a matter of when/not if the print industry will go the way of the pay phones.

  • Jim W

    They sent 2 copies each week to my office gratis. I hated the magazine and told them not to bother sending it because I was just tossing them in the trash. They kept coming. Shows you what those “circulation” figures are worth. I am sure this was repeated wholesale. No surprise they went into the crapper.

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  • YourMaster

    time’s magazine needs to go out of business also
    would like to see them totally collapse.

  • dunce

    One more bout of journalistic dysentery is over.

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  • Frank S.


  • now they will just lie in the internet.

  • jorgen

    2013 looks a little bit brighter already: Newsweek gone and Boehner likely to go.

  • bobdog


  • Rose

    No Mourning in this house for the damned, who purchased their Just End via DESTRUCTION against their own homeland.

    It was mighty slow in coming. Indicates a huge capacity for evil gall, since it took so long for their cup to be filled.

  • Mike Hunt

    Good effing riddance. Hopefully People (Sheeple) and Rolling Stone (Drooling Stoned) follow suit. Their combined 10 subscribers will be heartbroken.