Magazine Deaths in November

by michele 4. December 2008 05:43

And what a brutal month it was!

It all started with an email from a friend re an NYTimes article on the death of PC Magazine's print edition. Well you know those "related post" tabs?? I got carried away following lots of paths to more magazines that were either dead or on their way out. Much if it comes down to diminished ads sales. Thankfully we still have thousands of other titles!!

Title

Status

Last issue

Books in Canada

stopped publishing

Jan/Feb 08

Bulletin of Atomic Scientists

online only

Nov/Dec08

Canadian Diamonds

stopped publishing

?

Canadian Poker Player

stopped publishing

?

Cosmo Girl

online only

Dec/Jan

Culture and Travel

stopped publishing

Sep 08

Dream House

stopped publishing

?

Essentials

stopped publishing

?

Eve

stopped publishing

?

Far North Oil and Gas

stopped publishing

?

Frank

stopped publishing

Nov 08

Gardening Life

suspended

Winter

Golf for Women

stopped publishing

Summer 08

Green Guide ( National Geo)

online only

Winter 09

Home Companion

suspended

Dec/Jan09

Jewish Living

stopped publishing

Sep 08

masthead

online only

Nov/Dec08

Mens Voque

incorporated into Voque 2x/year

?

Nick Jr

stopped publishing

?

O at Home

stopped publishing

Winter 08

PC Magazine

online only

Jan 09

Playgirl

stopped publishing

Jan/Feb 09

Protoculture Addicts

no newsstand distribution

May 08

Radar

online only

Jan 09

Quick and Simple

stopped publishing

Jul 29, 08

Scrye

no Maritime distribution

Jun 08

Show ( Bell Express Vu)

stopped publishing

Jan 09

Teen Magazine

stopped publishing

Fall 08

Town and Country Travel

stopped publishing

2009

Wish

suspended

Jan/feb 09

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I was born in Yarmouth and grew up in Chester. I have lived on a sailboat, travelled to Zimbabwe, and lived in England where I worked in a fabulous country house hotel. While in England I met Stephen and then brought him home to Nova Scotia. Now I am a wife, mother of two great kids, and a businesswoman. Life is good.