will print its final edition at the end of this year, ending its decades-long relationship with Wisconsin-based printing firm Quad/Graphics Inc. Quad, which has worked with Newsweek
since 1977, will not be cutting any jobs as a result of the magazine’s decision, said Claire Ho, Quad spokeswoman.
“We have printed Newsweek for many years and are sad to see this venerable newsweekly end its print edition,” Ho said in a statement. “However, the title has been struggling for a number of years, as evidenced in reduced print run counts.
“Today’s announcement will have negligible financial impact on our company.”...