Newsweek's Print Editions Abroad Hopeful on New Global-Minded Owner

Newsweek's print edition in the United States may have met its end last year, but staff at the magazine's ongoing print editions abroad hope that the brand's new, global-minded owner will mean better times ahead for them.

IBT Media, the digital publisher that agreed earlier this month to buy Newsweek, publishes websites in seven languages in pursuit of readers around the world. It now calls Newsweek's international presence key to growing the new acquisition. "We plan on deepening the current relationships and potentially adding more global partners," IBT Media founder and CEO Etienne Uzak said in an email.

"I'm delighted that it is responsive to working closely with licensees," said Fasih Ahmed, editor of Newsweek Pakistan, in an email interview. "That is very reassuring, and hopefully we can forge a path that works for all of us."

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