People’s Print Magazine Faces Possible Closure Amid Newsroom Chaos

From a New York Post story by Alexandra Steigrad headlined “People’s print magazine faces possible closure amid newsroom chaos”:

People may scrap its weekly print edition as its new owner looks to slash costs — even as writers privately gripe that the magazine’s new editor looks to be an awkward fit for the celebrity-gossip icon.

Staffers at People — a 48-year-old fixture in grocery checkout lines, beauty salons and doctor’s offices known for its “Sexiest Man Alive” covers — are bracing for the magazine to go online-only after Dotdash Meredith, a unit of billionaire Barry Diller’s IAC, shuttered a slew of print publications.