Rapaport Halves Print Publishing Amid Shift to Digital
Rapaport Magazine will now be published six times per year.
Rapaport Magazine will now be published six times per year instead of 12.
“This will give us an opportunity to provide deeper analysis of primary issues and trends,” said Rapaport CEO Martin Rapaport in a statement.
“Rapaport Magazine will be providing comprehensive coverage of the most complicated issues facing our industry.”
To complement its digital shift, Rapaport also launched a revamped website today.
The website features news, articles, analysis, data, videos, podcasts, and webinars.
Its digital news and editorial pieces will now be free on its website.
Its content will be shared via multiple channels with a focus on social media, including TikTok, Instagram, LinkedIn, Facebook, and Twitter.
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