Entertainment publication aimed at African-American women “on hiatus” for print, said publisher Jamie Foster Brown
Sister 2 Sister is out of print, at least for now.
The 26-year-old entertainment magazine targeting African-American females will suspend subscriber and newsstand-based print publication and instead go digital.
“For our readers who still love the print-edition of Sister 2 Sister, the magazine is not going away,” Sister 2 Sister’s founder and publisher Jamie Foster Brown said in a statement to TheWrap. “We are putting it on hiatus while we reorganize to embrace the digital age for our subscribers and advertisers. We remain as dedicated to our mission today as we were 26 years ago.”
Sister 2 Sister’s fans and subscribers can still access content through the publication’s website, s2smagazine.com, which is billed as a digital platform that integrates content, events and social media activities to enhance the consumer experience and increase advertiser visibility.
“Sister 2 Sister is a unique voice in entertainment journalism, Hip Hop and popular culture,” Brown added in the statement. “We represent an important audience and will continue to provide a bridge for advertisers who recognize the widespread influence of our brand.”