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The Bulletin shuts down ending 128 year history

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The Bulletin shuts down ending 128 year history

Post by shammy on Fri Jan 25, 2008 8:55 am

25th January,2008

Australia's longest-running magazine, The Bulletin, has been shut down, ending its 128-year history.

The magazine's publisher ACP Magazines - part of the PBL Media empire part-owned by James Packer - announced this morning that the edition of The Bulletin that went on sale yesterday would be its last.

Laurie Oakes, whose revered political column has appeared in The Bulletin for the past 24 years, lamented the decision, but said it was not a shock.

"I know that it hasn't been profitable for a long time and I guess when you think about it, it's not surprising. It doesn't make it any less upsetting," he said.

"It's not just a great magazine. It's part of Australia's history, so naturally I'm sad it's not going to be there. It's a terrible thing to kill off an institution like The Bulletin."

http://business.theage.com.au/the-bulletin-shuts-down/20080124-1nub.html
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