Newsweek will no longer print, going digital

Newsweek will print its final edition at the end of this year.

Friday, 19 October, 2012, 5:19am

Newsweek ends print edition, moves to all-digital format

Newsweek's 'Muslim Rage' cover sparks wave of scorn online. Photo: AFP

The US news magazine Newsweek plans to end its print publication in December after 80 years and will shift to an all-digital format starting in early next year. 

18 Oct 2012 - 8:31pm

Sound ideas in the classroom

One of the most controversial ideas in recent years is that music can help develop mental capacity, according to a 2002 Newsweek report.

The link was first reported in 1997 by Gordon Shaw of the University of California and Frances Rauscher of the University of Wisconsin, the report says.

30 Mar 2007 - 12:00am

A story about a little sin and greater sins

The embarrassing Newsweek climbdown on the infamous Koran desecration story is surely one for the annals of journalistic screw-ups. Certainly, the magazine's editor should probably resign as a gesture of respect for the Muslim world, not to mention for whatever honour is left in US journalism. And for a respectful period, the magazine in general should hang its head in shame.

23 May 2005 - 12:00am

Well-loaded execs overcome with team spirit

You know those corporate team-building weekends? The ones where executives run around the woods in packs, primal screaming and working together to cross imaginary rivers of molten lava? Well, Macau's Westin Resort just put together a new one.

Their latest 'Executive Meeting Package' includes a list of 'Team Building Activities'.

22 Feb 2000 - 12:00am

Patten seeks to defuse row

Governor Chris Patten is writing to business leaders to defuse tension over remarks he made in the United States.

The move followed a meeting yesterday with Legislative Council business representatives James Tien Pei-chun and Henry Tang Ying-yen at Government House.

16 May 1996 - 12:00am

Big bonus

THE Korean-language version of Newsweek, called Hankuk Pan, has marked its second anniversary by recording a circulation of 100,000.

The magazine blends articles from Newsweek's worldwide network of correspondents with special items written expressly for the Korean readership.

12 Jan 1994 - 12:00am