Sélection, or Reader's Digest in English, which has been published in Canada for over of three-quarters of a century, will cease to exist at the end of March due to falling advertising revenues and changes in readership habits, according to what was communicated to employees on Tuesday.
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After three quarters of a century of existence, the Canadian editionof the Reader& #x27;s Digest, and Selectionin French, will cease to be published next spring according to The Globe and Mail, which states that the news was revealed to employees on Tuesday.
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The magazine's owner cited declining advertising revenues, rising production and shipping costs, and changes in reader habits as reasons for ending Reader's Digest. /em> and Sélection.
With 4.5 million readers each month, Sélection prides itself on being the most read magazine in the country, according to what the publication promotes in the presentation of its December and January 2024 issue.
March 31 will mark the end of the paper edition in Canada, with the publication expected to continue online for a while with logistical support from the American publisher of Reader's Digest.Loading
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In Montreal, 10 employees received a layoff notice in November which will come into effect on January 1, according to the monthly list of notice of collective dismissals from the Ministry of Employment and Social Solidarity.
It was not possible to have immediate reaction from the American publisher of Reader's Digest, Trusted Media Brand.
With information from La Canadian Press