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The 80-year-old US current affairs magazine Newsweek has revealed the cover picture of its last-ever print edition.
The image shows a black and white photo of the publication's Manhattan headquarters, with the strapline #lastprintissue.
According to the BBC, the print edition was closed in the wake of falling advertising revenues, as audiences moved online.
From the new year, Newsweek will be a digital-only publication.
According to the report, editor Tina Brown described it as 'a new chapter' for the magazine.
Brown, a former editor of Vanity Fair and The New Yorker, unveiled Newsweek's final front cover via Twitter, saying, 'Bitter sweet! Wish us luck!'.
According to the report, a reader commented that the hashtag headline was 'like using your final breath to ID the killer.' (ANI)