Editorial Dead Zone

The Editorial Dead Zone

Mashable Announces Layoffs, Scraps World News and Politics Coverage (April 7, 2016): Mashable has announced layoffs. Most of the layoffs are editorial jobs covering general news and politics.

Meredith Corporation to Cease Publishing More Magazine (March 11, 2016): Meredith Corporation has announced plans to cease publishing More magazine. The April 2016 issue will be the last.

Dr. Dobb's to Cease Publishing (December 29, 2014): Dr. Dobb's will cease publishing content on drdobbs.com at the end of 2014

USA Today to Cease Publishing USA Weekend (December 9, 2014): USA Today has announced it is going to end publication of USA Weekend

NBCUniversal Shutters Daily Candy (April 5, 2014): NBCUniversal has shuttered the Daily Candy shopping newsletter and website.

The Star-Ledger Cuts 167 Jobs, Including 40 Newsroom Jobs (April 3, 2014): The Star-Ledge cut 167 jobs, including 40 out of 156 newsroom positions.

Bauer Media to Suspend Publication of More Magazine (April 22, 2013):

Reader's Digest Files for Bankruptcy Protection for Second Time in Four Years (March 3, 2013):

Martha Stewart to Cease Publishing Whole Living Magazine (December 15, 2012):

News Corp. to Cease Publication of The Daily (December 3, 2012):

Newsweek to Go All Digital in 2013. Print Edition Ends Dec. 31 (October 22, 2012):

The Daily Reduces Staff By One Third (August 6, 2012):

Chicago Tribune to Cut 20 Jobs, Outsource Some Local Suburban News Coverage (April 24, 2012):

Philadelphia Media Network to Cut 37 Newsroom Jobs (February 18, 2012):

World of Warcraft Magazine Ceases Publication (September 20, 2011):

New York Press Folds, Lives on as Part of Our Town Downtown (August 31, 2011):

Hearst UK to Cease Publishing Cosmopolitan Bride and She Magazines (August 8, 2011):

Schofield Media Group Shutting Down (August 3, 2011):

Gannett Cuts 700 Jobs (June 23, 2011):

Meredith Corp. Shutters ReadyMade Brand (June 21, 2011):