Newsweek bids (advance) goodbye to print with final cover

The vaunted news weekly, which goes all digital in 2013, offers an early look at its final print cover.

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Newsweek tweeted out an early version of what will be the cover of its final print edition as the 80-year-old news magazine moves entirely to a digital format.

The cover, a black and white photograph of the former Newsweek Building in New York, includes a hashtag next to "LastPrintIssue". The last print edition will be on newsstands Monday. Newsweek, which merged with the Daily Beast a couple of years ago, announced its intention to go all-digital in October.

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