The Village Voice, a reputed magazine from New York that was founded by the famous writer Norman Mailer, the books close.
Just like many other printed media, had The Village Voice is heavily affected by falling advertising revenue. Last year was the printed version is already shut down and was The Voice only still online to read. But that could turn the tide in the morning. Half of the workers – 15 to 20 people – have just to get down to the archives to be digitised, but the others are at the end of this week on the street.
The Village Voice, in 1955, founded in Greenwich Village in New York. The magazine was renowned for his in-depth pieces about music, art, and culture.