If I already have a subscription through rewards gold, and there is another offer through rewards gold for the same magazine..how do i extend my subscription? do i need to create another rewards gold account? or do i have to refer friends? how does this work?
I have a sub to Town and Country thru December 2012. First person to PM me their mailing info gets it!
PS I would love a sub to Art in America. Any deets on how I can get one would be greatly appreciated!!!!!!!! I haven't seen that one on here in a long while, and it is my favorite mag. Too bad it is so $$$$$$
Should I post this mag offer Test: 1. If deal requires you to have to write cancel on an invoice or risk getting sent to collections - it is not free and shouldn't be posted so DO NOT POST 2. If deal is for a sponsored sub, you sign up on the form, you get the sub for free and never have to write cancel on nothing - POST THE OFFER
HEAD'S UP: NEWSWEEK is ceasing publication at the end of this year as a PRINT Magazine: The soon-to-be digital-only publication, supported by paid subscriptions, is to be called Newsweek Global
Newsweek to halt print publication
By Andrew Tangel October 18, 2012, 4:50 a.m. Newsweek will print its final edition at the end of this year.
After nearly 80 years of publication, the news magazine will shift to a digital-only format, available online and on tablet computers, Editor in Chief Tina Brown said on the magazine's website Thursday morning. Its last printed edition will be the Dec. 31 issue.
"We are transitioning Newsweek, not saying goodbye to it," Brown said. "We remain committed to Newsweek and to the journalism that it represents. This decision is not about the quality of the brand or the journalism -- that is as powerful as ever. It is about the challenging economics of print publishing and distribution."
The digital-only publication, supported by paid subscriptions and dubbed Newsweek Global, will be aimed at a "highly mobile, opinion-leading audience who want to learn about world events in a sophisticated context," Brown said.
Newsweek's announcement marks a significant transition for the magazine, which was founded in 1933 and has been undergoing its own identity crisis and financial turmoil in recent years. Its problems are emblematic of the disruptions faced broadly by the print media industry, as readers shift online and away from the most valuable advertising.
In 2010, Newsweek and the Daily Beast announced they would merge, jointly owned by Sidney Harman, an audio equipment magnate who died last year, and IAC, the media and advertising company run by Barry Diller, its chairman and senior executive.
Brown cited a Pew Research Center report that found 39% of Americans get their news from an online source.
"In our judgment, we have reached a tipping point at which we can most efficiently and effectively reach our readers in all-digital format," she wrote. "This was not the case just two years ago. It will increasingly be the case in the years ahead."
Brown said the shift would entail "staff reductions," though she didn't elaborate.
If I already have a subscription through rewards gold...how do i extend my subscription? do i need to create another rewards gold account?...
It depends. One of the things RG will tell you - if it's paying attention - is that you've already "used that offer; please check the box [x] Guest and send it to a family member or friend." -It doesn't define what a family member is. I have three children who are 14, 12, and 10. (They all have four legs). I had to merge two WSJ subscriptions together. "She's my 12 year-old daughter who went and got her own subscription vs. asking to read mine. So if we can just combine them, I'll make sure she doesn't do this again."
I don't know how dedicated everyone is to maintaining subscriptions because they read everything they get and get what they want to read; or is it merely a hobby to get every free magazine possible and if it's not free, they don't want it? If you want continuous subscriptions, then don't wait until the last minute, hoping it'll show up. Grab'em whilst they're hot.
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