One of the biggest British teen mags has folded after it lost its audience's bedroom time to the internet and mobile phones. Mark Frith, former editor of Smash Hits was...

One of the biggest British teen mags has folded after it lost its audience’s "bedroom time" to the internet and mobile phones. Mark Frith, former editor of Smash Hits was reported in the Guardian as saying that the bi-weekly had been caught out by the rise of digital media:

"Today’s teens want faster, deeper information about music and can now satisfy their hunger by accessing information on a whole range of new platforms including TV, the internet, mobile and so on."

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