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Last issue of stalwart consumer magazine will go on sale June 18th

Incisive closes Personal Computer World

Incisive Media is to cease publication of Personal Computer World after the August issue, citing adverse market conditions and a general decline in consumer PC magazines as the main factors in its demise.

The magazine has been running for 30 years, and the final issue will go on sale on June 18th, reported The Guardian.

Apparently 12 people could lose their jobs due to the closure.

"Because of the unprecedented adverse economic climate, advertisement and copy sale revenues have declined in parallel with the contraction of the monthly personal computer magazine market, to the point that the title is no longer economically viable," Incisive said today.

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