Phil Helsel4h ago / 9:07 AM UTCPlayboy magazine says that due to supply challenges because of the coronavirus pandemic, its spring issue will be the last to hit newsstands this year.”Last week, as the disruption of the coronavirus pandemic to content production and the supply chain became clearer and clearer, we were forced to accelerate a conversation we’ve been having internally: the question of how to transform our U.S. print product to better suit what consumers want today,” Playboy Enterprises CEO Ben Kohn said in an open letter posted online Wednesday.The Spring 2020 Issue, which is set to hit newsstands this week, will be its last printed publication for the year in the United States, Kohn wrote.Kohn said the company will move to a “digital-first publishing schedule” for all of its content. It will publish print materials next year but those were described as new forms like “special editions, partnerships with the most provocative creators, timely collections and much more.”The Associated Press10h ago / 3:14 AM UTCMovie theaters request stimulus from CongressFaced with a lengthy shutdown due the coronavirus pandemic, movie theaters are requesting relief from the U.S. government.The National Association of Theater Owners, the trade group that represents most


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