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SHE magazine to close

SHE magazine to close

ACP Media today announced it is to close its monthly women’s title, SHE. The June edition, which will go on sale this week, will be the last issue of the magazine.

"Like any dynamic publishing company, ACP Media is constantly reviewing its title offerings to make sure they meet the needs of advertisers and readers. SHE’s performance did not warrant continued investment," said Heith Mackay-Cruise, Chief Executive Officer ACP Media.

ACP Media remains committed to offering a women’s interest title for each life stage, and is researching new opportunities in the exciting 25-34 year female demographic.

Advertisers with bookings in upcoming issues of SHE will be offered the opportunity to move business into other ACP Magazines titles.


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