We posted on Wednesday about how publishing giant Hearst has agreed to Apple’s iTunes-delivery terms for its magazines, and will set a standard price of $2 per month or $20 per year. It seems Conde Nast will be following its example, if the NY Post’s tipster is correct. Odd, since it recently said it’s slowing down its tablet stuff.
Strangely, The New Yorker is said to be their first offering. I’m guessing that’s because it’s not graphics-heavy and requires little in the way of layout work. The real question is: without a print edition, how will I be able to make clear to people around me that I’m reading The New Yorker?