It seemed an end of an era in when in 2012, after 80 years, the magazine Newsweek stopped printing. But now, with a new owner and some changes planned, Newsweek will be back in print sometime in early 2014.
The New York Times reported December 3, 2013 that a small digital media company, IBT Media, bought Newsweek in August, and plans to depend more on subscribers, rather than advertisers, for revenue, devoting more space to stories and increasing the cost of subscriptions.
To read articles from the digital edition of Newsweek, check out UAPL's Zinio service, where you can download current issues of the magazine to read. To search issues of Newsweek for specific topics, try using the database Masterfile Premier (EBSCO), where Newsweek is indexed from 1984 to the present.
Finally, come to the Reference Department of the Main Library to access issues of Newsweek from 1933 to the last print issue of December 31, 2012 from our microfilm and magazine archive collection. See a librarian for help searching this collection.