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TV Week Going Online Only

Magazine will bclose print ops after May.

Television Week is shutting down its print publication at the end of the month, remaining only as an online entity.


The publication started out as the "Electronic Media Edition" of Advertising Age, before existing on its own in 1982. It’s name changed to Television Week in 2003.


Owner Crain Communications made the announcement on Tuesday.


TV Week publisher Chuck Ross will continue to oversee TV Week’s online presence, but staff will be significantly reduced.