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Rugby League Week magazine to shut down quoting : SBS

according to Long-running magazine Rugby League Week will shut down production, with the last edition on March 27.
“For more than four decades, Rugby League Week has been a prominent voice connecting the game of rugby league to its fans,” Bauer chief executive Nick Chan said in a statement.
The NRL will take over the Immortals concept after the closure of Rugby League Week magazine.
Rugby League Week, described as the bible for league lovers and a pillar of media coverage of the game since 1970, will publish its last issue this month due to low sales.
A double issue on March 27 will be Rugby League Week’s final edition.

Rugby League Week magazine to shut down

As it stated in One of the game’s great institutions is gone after Rugby League Week magazine was killed off after being bought by the NRL.
The Immortals was launched by Rugby League Week in the 1980s and the magazine has resisted repeated attempt to relinquish ownership.
Launched in 1970, Rugby League Week was once known as the game’s bible.
Many of rugby league’s best-known writers have worked for the magazine and covered some of the game’s biggest stories.
“We knew the writing was on the wall but it’s still a very say day,” a RLW staffer told Sporting News.

As it stated in

NRL set to buy rights to the Immortals concept from Rugby League Week

The NRL will acquire the rights to the Immortals concept from the Rugby League Week publishers amid news that the magazine is closing this month.
“For more than four decades Rugby League Week has been a prominent voice connecting the game of rugby league to its fans,” Bauer Media CEO Nick Chan said.
SHAREShare on Facebook SHAREShare on Twitter TWEETLink Rugby League’s original ‘Immortals’: Clive Churchill, Bobby Fulton, Johnny Raper and Reg Gasnier.
The development will finally bring the awarding of the game’s most prestigious individual honour under the umbrella of the Australian Rugby League Commission, who will now be responsible for adding to the list.
The NRL will buy the rights to the Immortals from publisher Bauer Media and chief executive Todd Greenberg said it “made sense” for the operators of the game to take it over.

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