Blender Magazine is history now
Could we ever expect that Blender‘s April issue with Kelly Clarkson on the cover would be its last?
The magazine that entered media market in 2001 “has provided unmatched music coverage and entertainment news in its unique voice to a profoundly dedicated audience of music enthusiasts,” Blender‘s CEO, Stephen Duggan said in a company memo, according to Advertising Age.
According to other sources, as the mag closes its doors 30 staff members will get fired, but the Alpha Media Group, that owns Blender, Maxim and Stuff [that was closed earlier], still employs 134 staffers that will now focus on providing content for Maxim and Maxim Digital.
Reengineering of the company coincided with the global financial crunch and the Bender closure decision was made because of certain financial issues.
However, we can expect to see Blender as a part of Maxim Digital just lie it happened with Stuff.
Whatsoever, I can say I loved Blender interviews, and maybe I’ll even miss them. Maybe not.
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