A women reads a magazine in a bookshop on February 6, 2013 in Nantes, western France. AFP PHOTO FRANK PERRY
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When Si Newhouse died this week at the age of 89, the page turned on a golden era in publishing.Graydon Carter is stepping down as Vanity Fair editor after 25 years in charge; Nancy Gibbs, his counterpart at Time magazine, is also departing after a three-decade career.PwC forecasts print advertising revenue for magazines will fall to $6.7bn in the US by 2021, less than half the $13.6bn magazines took in 2012 . Print circulation sales are projected to drop 23 per cent to $6.1bn over the same period. Magna Global, a media buying agency, expects magazines' global advertising revenues to fall 13 per cent this year, while Enders Analysis, a media research group, has warned that the consumer magazine market was reaching "an existential threshold".This follows Teen Vogue, which is owned by Conde Nast in the US: two years ago it scaled back its print distribution to focus on digital publishing.
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