Why did ReadyMade magazine go out of business?

July 7, 2020 Off By idswater

Why did ReadyMade magazine go out of business?

ReadyMade Magazine Folds The trailblazing DIY magazine was shuttered today by parent company Meredith Corporation as part of a $10 million charge to cut costs.

When did look magazine stop publishing?

October 19, 1971
Look ceased publication with its issue of October 19, 1971, the victim of a $5 million loss in revenues in 1970 (with television cutting deeply into its advertising revenues), a slack economy, and rising postal rates. Circulation was at 6.5 million when it closed.

Is Look magazine still in publication?

Look magazine, one of the country’s last mass‐circula tion picture and text jour nals, will cease publication with its issue dated Oct. 19. The 34‐year‐old biweekly was said to have succumbed to $5‐million loss in revenues in 1970, the slack economy and spiraling postal rates.

When was Look magazine published?

February 1937
Look/First issue date

Are Look magazines worth anything?

Movie star fans look for magazines featuring their favorite stars on the front. Notables such as Elvis Presley and Marilyn Monroe usually bring from $25 to $50 or more whether it’s on older Look or Life or a specialty movie magazine. Some can be worth much more.

What happened to Collier’s magazine?

The magazine ceased publication with the issue dated the week ending January 4, 1957, although a brief, failed attempt was made to revive the Collier’s name with a new magazine in 2012.

What kind of magazine was Colliers?

general interest magazine
Collier’s was an American general interest magazine founded in 1888 by Peter Fenelon Collier. It was launched as Collier’s Once a Week, then renamed in 1895 as Collier’s Weekly: An Illustrated Journal, shortened in 1905 to Collier’s: The National Weekly and eventually to simply Collier’s.

What is a Collier?

(Entry 1 of 4) 1 : one that produces charcoal. 2 : a coal miner. 3 : a ship for transporting coal.

Are old Life magazines worth valuable?

Life magazines with covers picturing movie stars or members of the Kennedy family are especially collectible. So is the very first issue, dated Nov. 23, 1936. Most issues, however, will sell for $1 to $10 each.