Starting next week, Condé Nast’s Golf World will go digital-only and be absorbed into the Golf Digest website, Ad Age reports.
The magazine was acquired from The New York Times Company in 2001 and has printed 31 issues annually since. It will now see distribution as a newsletter 50 times a year on Monday mornings, Michael Sebastian writes.
Editor-in-Chief Jaime Diaz will keep his title and head up the combined news team, reporting to Golf Digest Editor-in-Chief Jerry Tarde. Dan Robertson is publisher of both Golf Digest and Golf World.
“We recognize this is a big change from how we have operated and delivered the printed Golf World magazine in the past,” the magazine said on its blog. “But this evolution allows us to increase frequency, improve delivery time, and add video reporting to better meet the expectations of today’s readers.”
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