August 19, 2011
From Journal-isms: The move is meant to address competition from the Internet. Plus: What killed King magazine.
August 23, 2010
The 1990s brought a flood of new publications -- including Vibe, Honey, YSB and Emerge -- catering to black audiences. Some of those magazines are long gone, while others have found the financial backing to survive in one form or another. The Root takes a look at what happened to a few of them.
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