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MIT’s ‘Technology Review’ cuts print frequency

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Cambridge, Mass.—MIT’s Technology Review is scaling back its print frequency to focus more on online publishing.

The 106-year-old magazine will cut its print frequency to bimonthly from 11 times a year and relaunch its Web site in November. The revamped site will include news analysis, daily commentary, audio and video feeds, blogs, podcasts and Webinars regarding the impact of emerging technologies.

The magazine also announced that Editor in Chief Jason Pontin has taken on the additional title of publisher. He succeeds R. Bruce Journey, who left the company.

—Carol Krol

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