Publishers grapple with magazine decision: some leave, some adapt

Jenny Ruth
Fri, 03 Apr 2020

The government's decision on Tuesday that printers are not part of the supermarket supply chain and must therefore close during the national lockdown has meant that magazines are the only product in that supply chain not deemed essential.Part of the fallout from that decision came yesterday when Germany-based Bauer Media Group announced it would cease publishing a raft of iconic New Zealand magazines including The Listener and NZ Woman's Weekly, both of which have been published in NZ for more than 80 years.But another publisher, Philip Macalis...

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