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MASON CITY, IA – We talk a lot about how it seems that more areas of our lives are going “high-tech” and as it turns out, many publications are switching from paper copies to digital copies.
Local bookstores tell us they’re surprised to see that their sales really haven’t changed like they thought they would, and customers are still coming in to purchase magazines.
Alana Jara, the manager at Book World said, “we really haven’t seen a noticeable decline in sales of magazines so, our customers are still very happy to come in and browse out titles…we carry over thirty five hundred titles and I know there’s many more out there.”
This change is all a part of our new digital age and publications are doing this to save money on printing and to make their magazines more available for their customers
“Some of the magazines have gone digital like Newsweek or some of the technology titles but we still get many new titles and different ones every week.”