SAN FRANCISCO (CBS SF) – Boston-based International Data Group (IDG) has announced shutting down print operations for Macworld Magazine. The San Francisco-based magazine will publish online-only with a reduced staff, according to USA Today.
Macworld Editor Dan Miller tweeted “I am personally here for another month to assist with the transition,”
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Macworld print is going away, but http://t.co/a5AlpdFPks will continue.— Dan Miller (@drm510) September 10, 2014
The amount of staffers laid-off was not disclosed, however Jason Snell, senior vice president of an IDG unit that operates the magazine, IDG Consumer & SMB, also confirmed his departure.READ MORE: Warriors, Chase Center to Require Fans Show Proof of COVID Booster Shots
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