The Wilson Quarterly, a Washington public affairs magazine will go online exclusive this summer. The magazine will go digital after 36 years of print publication. So far the magazine has not explained why it’s going to stop printing. It gets it’s funding from both the federal government and private donors.
Going digital will cut down on costs but it is clear access to the Wilson Quarterly online publication will cost you. Right now digital PDF copies cost $6 apiece, and single print copies are $9 (shipped). The Quarterly already sells a Kindle edition of its publication for $7 an issue or $24 a year.