As part of what Condé Nast is calling the final round of cuts in its continuing reorganization, it is firing 80 people, shuttering the print edition of Teen Vogue and cutting back frequencies of other titles.
The cuts affect over half of the Condé Nast titles. WWD reports that GQ, Glamour, Allure and Architectural Digest will go from 12 issues per year to 11. Bon Appetit will decrease its frequency from 11 issues per year to 10, while W and Condé Nast Traveler will drop from 10 issues annually to eight.
Vanity Fair, Vogue, Wired, Brides and The New Yorker will not see their frequency affected.
The changes are in line with the company’s shift toward digital. “We’ve been reimagining our titles and creating new ones to more broadly reflect our culture today,” said Vogue editor-in-chief and Condé Nast artistic director Anna Wintour.
The company has developed an incubator to come up with those new titles. The first to see the light of day is “them,” which the company calls “a next-generation community platform,” targeted at the LGBTQ audience. The project is spearheaded by Philip Picardi, the digital editorial director of Teen Vogue and Allure.
The platform went live on Oct. 26.