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Russian Rolling Stone Returns in March
26.01.2014 18:33
Russian Rolling Stone Returns in March

The first issue of the Russian version of the Rolling Stone magazine after its tie-up will come off the press in March, 2014.

      The magazine editorial board has reported about it.

      Apart from the magazine itself the Russian editorial board will undertake publication of collector issues and other projects. The suspension of the magazine publication was associated with signing a new contract with the American publisher of the Wenner Media magazine and cost minimization.

      Earlier the publisher of the Russian Rolling Stone version Alexey Vozhakov announced that the tie-up was triggered by the new Russian law that prohibited alcohol and tobacco advertizing. Without the advertizing income the magazine became unprofitable and till the end of 2013 it could keep up owing to grants-in-aid only.

      The Russian Rolling Stone version has been published since 2004. The original American edition premiered in 1967.


Sources: http://lenta.ru 


Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Rolling Stone Magazines Music Print Media  

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