newsstand newsstand  /ˈnuz ˌstænd/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a stall where newspapers and other periodicals are sold

Usage(s):

  1. And only 3% of its copies were newsstand sales, so it's not like that was a big business anyway.
  2. PTI Digital was first launched in 1995, inside PTI magazine, and later increased frequency and became a standalone newsstand title.
  3. It would be like suing the newsstand for what appears in the newspapers it sells.

News

  1. Bauer Launching Three New Titles

    In a counterintuitive move given the sorry state of newsstand sales , Bauer Publishing, the company behind single-copy staples like Woman’s World, In Touch and Life & Style Weekly, is launching three new newsstand magazines: women’s weekly Closer, tween title Girl’s World, and Celebrate with Woman’s World. All three are set to launch in the second half of the year. Closer, the biggest of the ...
    on June 17, 2013     Source: AdWeek

  2. Check out Fireside Magazine — the Official Chicago Fire Digital Magazine | THE SIDELINE

    One of the coolest things about picking up a magainze at the newsstand and thumbing through it during your weekly train rides used to be the magainze designers and layout specialists who could splice together visually stunning works of photo journalism and great sportswriting all on the same pages. It was an actual form of art on paper (gasp!) to hold in your hand and admire.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: MLS via Yahoo! Sports

Quotes

  1. "I remember walking by the newsstand and seeing I was on the cover and picking up a copy or two. That was the celebration then. ...... But I'm still signing covers for fans," Tiegs said.
    on Feb 10, 2009 By: Cheryl Tiegs Source: FOXNews

  2. "The trust of a city street is formed over time from many, many little public sidewalk contacts," Jacobs wrote. "It grows out of people stopping by at the bar for a beer, getting advice from the grocer and giving advice to the newsstand man,...
    on May 14, 2008 By: Jane Jacobs Source: Carver Reporter

  3. "She did something anyone would have done in this situation," Nicky Hilton said. "It's not a big deal. Whatever - she doesn't care. I think this guy is trying to make it into a big deal, to get some publicity for his newsstand."
    on Jan 22, 2005 By: Nicky Hilton Source: USA Today

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