The Week is a spirited newsweekly that distills the best of news, opinion, and ideas from the U. S. and international media. It's smart, incisive, wry. Every week, the editors scour hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and Web sites (U. S. and foreign), searching for the most intriguing stories and thoughtful commentary—left, right, and everything in between.
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Publisher: The Week
Issues per year: 51
First Issue Delivery: 6 to 10 Weeks. Click here for more info Publishing Frequency: Weekly
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Q. When will my first issue of The Week start?The Week magazine is published 51 times a year; hence your first issue will start in approximately 6 to 10 Weeks. Why? This is because when we receive your order, it takes about a week for your subscription to be received and scheduled by the publisher. It will then be included with the publisher's next production cycle and shipped to you via standard mail.
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Q. In what format do digital subscriptions of The Week come in?Full access to the digital version of The Week magazine will be delivered via email within 4-6 weeks. You can view your digital issue via iPad, mobile device, desktop etc. just as you would with any web page. If available, the option to order a digital subscription is under ‘Options.’ Simply select 'Digital' and proceed to checkout.
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