Teen Vogue Is Going All Digital
Condé Nast Inc, the mass media company that is the parent brand to Teen Vogue, is making some cutbacks. A part of some of the cutbacks is moving the Teen Vogue imprint from being print and digital to only being digital only. Teen Vogue was introduced in 2003 and in recent year have seen a decline in sales.
Twitter showed no mercy once the news that Teen Vogue was was moving to digital only.
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