Incisive Media's Accountancy Age is to go online-only from this week.
The last print edition of the magazine will be published on 21 April, but according to publisher Incisive Media no jobs will be lost as a result of the move. According to its most recent ABC figures, Accountancy Age has an average weekly print circulation of 31,951 - of which all but 244 are controlled free circulation. The digital edition of the magazine has 13,650 weekly subscribers.
Group chief executive Tim Weller was unavailable for comment, but a statement on the Accountancy Age website said the decision to scrap its print edition was the result of "changing reader habits, the growth in use of our website and the burgeoning subscription rates to our emailed newswires".
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