At the time of the coronavirus pandemic, popular magazine Playboy has announced that it will be shutting down the periodical, with the Spring issue being their last edition in 2020.
Ben Kohn, CEO of Playboy Enterprises, announced the decision in an open letter on Medium. “As the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic to content production and the supply chain became clearer and clearer, we were forced to accelerate a conversation we’ve been having internally: the question of how to transform our US print product to better suit what consumers want today … [and] engage in a cultural conversation each and every day, rather than just every three months,” he wrote.
Kohn added that the magazine will move to a “digital-first publishing schedule” for all of their content. In 2021, there will still be print offerings ‘in a variety of new forms’, such as ‘special editions, partnerships with the most provocative creators, timely collections and much more’, he continued. Read More...
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