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Not a single ISSN is listed on this page. Wouldn't it be more appropriate to untag this page and tag the individual pages on publications that could have an ISSN listed but do not? --Keesiewondertalk 22:52, 9 March 2007 (UTC)
I'm untagging this page as needing one or more ISSNs since I've created a stub for 2512 (magazine) and inserted ISSNs for all print news magazines referenced in this article. The non-print news magazines discussed in the article most likely do not have ISSNs. Keesiewondertalk 03:06, 11 March 2007 (UTC)
The list for the U.S. is totally inaccurate...
A newsmagazine reports on news in a neutral fashion; while it has opinions and editorials like a newspaper, it keeps them separate from the news articles. U.S. News, Newsweek, and Time all fall into that category. But the New Republic, the Nation, National Review, and the Week are political and cultural opinion magazines, not newsmagazines. Whomever put them in this article must be a preteen who hasn't figured that out yet because their political consciousness hasn't really developed. If no one produces a citation to a reliable source for any of those four that calls them a newsmagazine within a couple of weeks, I'm pulling them from this article. --Coolcaesar 06:32, 11 October 2007 (UTC)