A long-running and well regarded weekly current affairs magazine, Newsweek is the international edition of the American magazine.
Newsweek brings you all the latest global developments in politics, economics and society, featuring the biggest news stories in their ‘Newsbeast’ section. Inside each edition you will find perceptive features examining some of the most important issues the world faces, along with profiles of important individuals and coverage of controversies. Newsweek also covers global fashion, film, art, books and cities, and everything within is written by experienced and expert journalists, and due to its origin has a particular focus on the USA.
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Newsweek Magazine has been running for nearly 80 years, and is still one of the world’s lading current affairs publications. It has, however, had a recently troubled past, being sold on from the original owners in 2010 and merged with a news website – the Daily Beast.
Despite this it still manages to shift over a million copies worldwide, and whilst we aren’t going to say that a million people can’t be wrong (as that is the kind of ad doublespeak we despise), that’s a pretty impressive accomplishment. Running for 80 years and boasting such a large readership suggests that it is doing what it does really rather well.
What’s more impressive, however, is the quality and depth of the journalism found within. Stories are expertly researched and pieced together, with writers not afraid to pry into areas certain people don’t want them to or to ask the big questions that everyone else would rather were kept quiet. It is no surprise that it was a Newsweek reporter who was the first to investigate the Bill Clinton – Monica Lewinsky goings on, and it is that kind of brave journalism that endears Newsweek to us here at Newsstand. Oh, and we like that their name rather sounds like ours. NB