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Style Magazine Closes

December 4 2003

Style Magazine Closes

Fairfax Magazines has announced the closure of Style magazine.

Sarah Sandley, general manager of Fairfax Magazines, said that it had been a difficult decision but it was time to assess the past and look to the future.

”As a business we continually review the performance of our titles and unfortunately Style magazine did not meet the commercial objectives we require,” said Ms Sandley.

Style has been a part of the INL/Fairfax Magazines stable since 1997.

“We are now currently assessing our options for future growth with our magazines and focussing on the opportunities we have in front of us.”

The last issue of Style magazine is December/January which is currently on sale.


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