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The cover of Australian People Magazine in September Firstly, BP joined 7-Eleven and removed People and Picture magazine from outlets amid outcries of sexual objectification. Following that announcement, Bauer Media has now declared that both magazines will be closing at the end of the year. Declining sales seem largely to blame. Yet once upon a time, mags like People and Picture sold in the hundreds of thousands. In a pre-internet world, they were the go-to publications for readers seeking quirky tales to go with their images of naked people.
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When you walk into the lobby of Bauer Media on Park Street in Sydney's CBD, the walls display the front covers of nearly every magazine published by the company. The closure of many men's magazines exposes the weakened state of magazine publishing. Credit: Anna Kucera. Now Bauer has announced the titles will close by the end of this year, after activists successfully campaigned for key retailers to stop selling them. At the same time, it exposes the weakened state of magazine publishing, which has lost thousands of readers to the internet across all genres. They served their purpose and they had a glorious run for about 20 to 25 years but they came to a natural conclusion.
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Softcore magazines the Picture and People to close amid sale ban and falling circulation. Exclusive: Hundreds of service stations recently banned the magazines from sale, saying they demeaned women and girls. Publisher Bauer Media was forced to axe the magazines after retailers lined up to ban them from sale at service stations; and readership fell to 0.
Exclusive: hundreds of service stations have refused to sell the magazines, saying they demean women and girls. Their publisher, Bauer Media, was forced to axe the magazines after retailers lined up to ban them from sale at service stations; and readership fell to 0. They are already banned from sale in supermarkets. Bauer decided to close the two magazines after hundreds of Australian service stations run by 7-Eleven and BP removed them from sale after complaints they demeaned women and girls.