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‘NY Times Magazine’ To Shrink

June 2, 2009

This type of news never ends.

The New York Times Magazine, considered the top revenue producer of newspaper Sunday magazines and often ranking among the best ad revenue magazines in the country, is cutting its size by 9%, according to a Times spokeswoman.

The smaller version of the glossy magazine will debut in two weeks with the June 14th issue, according to Magazine Editor Gerald Marzorati.

“There will be something about it in the issue we are closing,” he told E&P Monday. “It is related to the trimming of the size to save on money and ink. It is a shave, not a hatchet.”

Spokeswoman Diane McNulty confirmed the change, stating it will reduce the size from 9 1/2 inches by 11 1/2 inches to 8 15/16 inches by 10 7/8 inches. “The shape will be more square,” she said in an e-mail.

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