It will move to monthly publication starting in July. The publisher has also laid off 13 staffers as part of the reorganization, including some of the magazine's most experienced feature writers -- a seemingly penny wise, pound foolish move since a monthly magazine will be even more reliant on feature articles over breaking news stories. More info from the Hollywood Reporter here. The price for an annual subscription will remain $49.92, despite going from 40 issues to 12 issues. I can't see me continuing to subscribe; I mainly get it for something to read on the can, and a monthly release won't give me enough content at a frequent enough interval for that purpose.