Talk:Artforum

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Artforum / frequency of publication / edit request[edit]

Please change Artforum's frequency of publication from "monthly" to "10 times per year". [1] [2]

Thank you.

Ceb2121 (talk) 23:45, 17 July 2012 (UTC)

Not done: Lots of publications skip issues, publishing not quite uniformly throughout a given calendar period, but still refer to themselves—and are widely regarded by readers and advertisers—as monthlies, biweekies, weeklies, dailies or whatever the case may be. For instance, consider daily newspapers that don't put out Saturday and/or Sunday editions. They're still called dailies. Anyway, the matter of the combined summer issue is addressed fully at the beginning of the paragraph following the lede. Thanks for noticing and speaking up, though. Rivertorch (talk) 06:40, 18 July 2012 (UTC)


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