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Ladies' Home Journal as it has been historically known is no more. The magazine's parent company Meredith said Thursday that it was "transitioning" LHJ into "a special interest publication." There are reports that this means that LHJ will move from being monthly to publishing a few issues a year and/or may exist online. Meredith is definitely firing people (what they call making "selected workforce reductions") because they're dealing with "a difficult ad environment." One of the first women's magazines and one of a group of publications known as the Seven Sisters, LHJ has been around for 131 years.


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Wasn't it always a special interest publication for white upper middle class Grandmas?