‘Country Weekly’ Magazine To Reconfigure as ‘Nash’

nash logo11According to reports from Bloomberg BusinessWeek, Cumulus’ Lewis Dickey states the company has reached an agreement with American Media Inc., parent company for music magazine Country Weekly, to reconfigure the magazine as Nash Magazine.

Dickey says the transition can be expected some point in the next couple of quarters of 2014. The transition is expected to increase the digital presence for Nash. “The Web will, in essence, follow suit with video and audio from all the things we are doing,” says Dickey.

No official statement has been released from American Media Inc. or Country Weekly at this time.

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