How the Radio Times, the TV Guide of the UK, is drawing a younger web audience

The U.K.’s Radio Times, the world’s first broadcast listings magazine when it was founded in 1923, has been making a play for younger audiences online. The weekly print magazine is still the publisher’s dominant force, with a circulation of 788,000 copies (approximately 31 percent are subscribers) selling at £2.30 ($2.99) per issue. But the average print reader is 57 years old.Read the full article