The American Journalism Review quit printing their magazine in 2013 and went to an online only edition.
Now, they are going to stop that as well and shutdown. They have run out of money.
“Unfortunately, we are unable to provide the resources needed to keep AJR the vibrant, innovative online publication it deserves to be,” said Lucy Dalglish, dean of the Philip Merrill College of Journalism at the University of Maryland, which produces the digital news service.
AJR says that they will not produce new content, but online archives will remain available.