Newsweek is a weekly news magazine. It was founded in the early 1930s. The magazine was founded as News-Week by Thomas J.C. Martyn. The first issue came out on February 17, 1933. On the cover, there were seven photographs that showcased the week’s news. In 1937, the magazine merged with Today, which is a weekly news journal. In 1937, Malcolm Muir became the company’s President and Editor-In-Chief and he changed the name to Newsweek. The Publisher of the magazine is Dev Pragad. The Editor-in-chief is Nancy Cooper. There are thousands of subscribers. The headquarters are based in New York City, New York. Newsweek is available in English, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Romanian, Spanish, Rioplatense Spanish, Arabic, Turkish, and Serbian. After being owned by various other publications company for over six decades, Newsweek became independently owned in 2018.
Newsweek is published on a weekly basis. They feature various stories. The categories include U.S., World, Business, Tech & Science, Culture, Newsweek, Sports, Health, The Debate, Vantage, and Weather. The U.S. category includes news regarding the United States. The World category features news about everything going on around the world. The Business category details information and news about various popular businesses. Tech & Science includes news about technology and science. Culture features everything about music, travel, movies, arts, food, and everything in-between. Newsweek features news about gaming, pop culture, guides, and reviews. The Sports category includes everything regarding sports news and everything in-between. The Health category includes news about new medical crises, health news, and more. The Debate category details political debate news. Newsweek Vantage includes research and insights about thought-provoking topics. The Weather category is partnered with The Weather Channel and includes global weather information.
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