100Most will turn online-only, drop print

Local media firm Most Kwai Chung has decided to stop printing its popular magazine 100Most after running for five years, since March 2013.

According to the latest issue of 100Most, the final printed version has already published and was out on 12 July. The company decided to “echo with its self-created Green Thursday”, and the weekly magazine will now only be published online starting from next issue, which is scheduled to be available on 19 July across its Facebook page and Instagram account.

Most Kwai Chung once admitted that digitisation was the main reason for declining revenue, as the business of print media shrank. Local Chinese media HK01 today reported that the online version will only have a cover page and a cover story, which will be handled by one editor only. Other editors will be assigned to other positions in the company.

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