Two magazines focusing on luxury lifestyles will not be sold on shelves in 2020, according to Page Six.

LA Confidential and Capitol File (Washington) will go online and will amount to national brands instead of fixating on one municipal area, Page Six says. They’ll retain their titles.

Both titles were launched in the early to mid-2000s.

Page Six was informed that layoffs in the single digits occurred.

Publisher Modern Luxury purchased the titles in 2017 when it acquired Niche Media with its buy of GreenGale Publishing, which had scooped up Niche a few years previous.

Page Six said it was informed that the layoffs were the outcome of the last steps in merging Niche and Modern Luxury. 

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