Wednesday, February 18, 2009

The crisis has deprived Germany, the magazine Vanity Fair.

Handbook of American publishing house Conde Nast has decided to close down the German version of the glossy magazine Vanity Fair. The reason for the suspension of publication of a serious financial difficulties, which Conde Nast face of the financial crisis, reports AP.
The head of Conde Nast, Jonathan Neuhaus, commenting on the closure of the magazine, said that under normal conditions in the German Vanity Fair has continued to exist. However, in this situation, a further withdrawal magazine possible.
Note that the weekly Vanity Fair was published in Germany a little less than two years: the first edition in German appeared on the shelves in February 2007. Edition of about 120 thousand copies.

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