If a watch can cram 12 hours into a circle, then periodicals should be able to ram a seven-day week into a stack of bound papers. Today's side deal gets you a 54-issue subscription to Newsweek for $20, a $40 value. While smart-phones strain eyes and slip free from olive-oil-coated hands, Newsweek presents urgent international news, expert analysis, in-depth essays and opinion pieces, and detailed reporting on all the week's important stories in an easy-to-grip format delivered weekly.
Intellectual dinner conversations and elevator chatter are readily divined from the informed pages of Newsweek. Convenient left-to-right formatting, using all 26 characters from the English alphabet and three from the Spanish alphabet, makes it easy for casual and furtive readers to stay informed in a global society where news is constantly erupting from the political desks of world leaders, the labs of scientific institutions, and the entertaining realm of popular culture.
Issues are delivered once a week except when combined issues are published, which count as two issues, and when an additional issue may be published.
Associated Content praises Newsweek:
- Newsweek is savvy, insightful, and entertaining covering a quite broad range of topics, current events, arts and entertainment and cultural trends. With its broad coverage of national and international affairs, politics, economics, business, science, technology, health, arts, entertainment and society, Newsweek is a valuable tool for busy people by providing a great weekly synopsis of the weekly news. – Christina Pomoni
Six ViewPoints users rate the magazine a solid four stars:
- This is not a magazine that seeks to reinforce what you already believe. Newsweek always challenges me to reevaluate and support my positions by featuring in-depth reports with varied viewpoints. – LoveisJoy
- ...Newsweek offers reader [sic] a fair and balanced look into some of the most vexing issue of the day across a broad spectrum of subject matters. – TheBard