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FRONT PAGE  |  5/24/2022
TUESDAY, AUG 11, 2015  |  10 comments
Digital takeover: 71% mags lose subscribers
Online websites have now cemented their position as the nation's No. 1 source of news, overtaking television and practically burying print publications six feet under as younger Americans embrace digital platforms.

The latest evidence comes from the circulation report on the nation's top 125 magazines that found a six-month drop of 11.4 percent this year following a 14.2 percent drop in the last six months of 2014.

The biannual Alliance for Audited Media found that "total paid circulation" for 86 of 125 top magazines, or 71 percent, saw circulation drop, according to a new report in Media Life Magazine. ...


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Jim Lincoln | Nebraska  Find all comments by Jim Lincoln
Ah, Chris, it shows you are a young sprout "Reader's Digest" was quite good and getting many good article condensed in a small format was just excellent -- unfortunately they tried to do that with the Bible, which did neither the Bible or them any good.

Say, guys, Good News, some things are in print, that were once hard to get! [URL=http://www.genevabible.com/]]]http://www.genevabible.com/ (The Geneva Bible!)[/URL] in a readable format, and a Bible I think best when in print, the [URL=http://www.bible-researcher.com/nkjv.html]]]New King James Version[/URL], I seriously doubt you can get this in an electronic edition, [URL=http://www.amazon.com/The-MacArthur-Study-Bible-NKJV/dp/1418550353]]]http://www.amazon.com/The-MacArthur-Study-Bible-NKJV/dp/1418550353 (The MacArthur Study Bible, NKJV: Revised and Updated Edition Hardcover)[/URL].

In some ways the decline of printed magazines is extremely sad it is definitely costly. I enjoy the printed books and papers, and also you're going to stop paying for more Internet information for these companies to make up the revenue.

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News Item8/11/15 11:55 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
Brother Elmer wrote:
O dear, can't even mention composting toilets. The false doctrine of pooping in water and then trying to clean that water so people can drink is disgusting, sick, and of the devil!
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News Item8/11/15 9:24 PM
Brother Elmer  Find all comments by Brother Elmer
O dear, can't even mention composting toilets. The false doctrine of pooping in water and then trying to clean that water so people can drink is disgusting, sick, and of the devil!
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News Item8/11/15 5:54 PM
Harold Wang | San Francisco, CA  Find all comments by Harold Wang
I agree, W.p., nothing can replace the feel of my Beecher's Bible.
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News Item8/11/15 5:12 PM
Wayfairer pilgrim | Lubbock,tx  Find all comments by Wayfairer pilgrim
There is an art in the printing and binding of books, especially the bible, my pride shows up when I spy a certain bible "on sale". Best buy I ever made was a Cambridge concord wide margin in calfskin- I kid not, 7.75. Marked down 90%. Unbelievable, seems the bible store wanted to rid itself of quality in order to stock up on whatever mess Zondervon was pushing.
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News Item8/11/15 3:55 PM
Dorcas  Find all comments by Dorcas
I agree with Hugh, nothing like drifting off to sleep with God's Word being read to you..or some nice piano and violin music..
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TMI..Elmer
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News Item8/11/15 3:05 PM
Brother Saint Elected Elmer I | the Kingdom of God  Find all comments by Brother Saint Elected Elmer I
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News Item8/11/15 12:51 PM
hugh | scotland  Contact via emailFind all comments by hugh
Gotta say christopher000 , I am with you,never liked ebooks etc , nothing like the tactile experience when picking up and reading a book, not to mention the utter joy of browsing book shops.
Maybe its a generational thing, as far as it applies to me that is.Not inferring you are an old dude like me cChristopher :-)

I do like listening to the audio Bible tho, in fact every night before I get my head down, its on with the slimline headphones and on with the audio bible. I highly recommend it.. dropping off to sleep with someone reading The Word to me, pure heaven :-)
Don't know about you guys, but have noticed an increased number of folk using electronic gadgets when reading the scriptures in church ... Sign of the times methinks...

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News Item8/11/15 7:50 AM
Get Real | Wisconsin  Find all comments by Get Real
I thought the newspapers and the TV news were the devil until I got a load of the propaganda online ... lol
Huffington Post comes to mind, Yahoo news, they don't even proofread for grammar and spelling and fact checking is way below the shoddy fact checking of print and TV news ...
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News Item8/11/15 6:24 AM
Christopher000 | Rhode Island  Find all comments by Christopher000
I use laptops, tablets, and have all the other gadgets, but when it comes to reading, for me, nothing replaces a book or magazine. I've just never got into the digital mags or ebooks. The only magazines I get are Midnight Call and Handyman. I will listen to audio books at times, but that's pretty much just the Bible while working. I just like the smell and feel, etc, of books, like being able to place a bookmark where I ended, etc. I know...who cares.
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