NEW YORK — Although today's consumers take in much of their news and celebrity gossip via the Internet, they are still buying magazines. Single-copy unit sales were up 1.5% in 2006, according to a 2007 report released by publishing consultancy Harrington Associates, Norwalk, Conn. For supermarkets, a regular destination for even the most harried shopper, the chances of doing what interactive media can't — physically engaging the consumer in a way that leads to magazine sales — are good. ...
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