Washington Post Co.'s Newsweek will cut an issue this summer, a spokesman for the magazine said, in another sign of the deteriorating advertising climate for print media.
The 76-year-old weekly typically skips a week of publication around Christmas, the Fourth of July and in August, printing a double issue to cover each two-week period. This summer, however, Newsweek readers will receive two double issues in August, on top of the one in July.
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