1. NEW JOURNALISM

    ‘New York’ Cuts Back to Biweekly

    The New Yorker magazine's October 15 edition is diplayed in an Upper East Side newstand in New York  on October 9, 2012. The New Yorker has created a cover illustration, titled ?One on One,? by Barry Blitt of the first presidential debate between President Barack Obama and GOP opponent Mitt Romney that seems to be a parody  of Clint Eastwood?s speech involving an empty chair at the Republican National Convention.   AFP PHOTO / TIMOTHY A. CLARY        (Photo credit should read TIMOTHY A. CLARY/AFP/GettyImages)

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    It’s the end of an era. New York magazine will only come out once every two weeks, the magazine announced Monday. Instead of 42 issues a year, New York will now only publish 26, plus three special issues (best doctors, gift guide, and a food-and-drink issue). Cutting down to biweekly will likely save the magazine $3.5 million, which will be invested into the website, which includes NYmag.com, Vulture.com, The Cut, and Grub Street. Digital revenue has been growing at a rate of 15 percent year-over-year, said Lawrence C. Burstein, the magazine's publisher.

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