CNET turns to print with a new quarterly magazine




Start the presses.

CNET, one of the oldest and largest online tech publications, is launching its first print edition, which is set to hit newsstands in the United States and Canada this week.

CNET Magazine will appear on Monday with a Winter 2014 edition that includes holiday-centric print traditions, like a gift guide and a big-name interview (it's with LL Cool J)CNET's parent company, CBS Interactive, pitched in with the production and distribution, but the content is entirely produced by CNET's existing staff, according to the site's co-editor in chief, Connie Guglielmo

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