VIBE Magazine Sold, Likely To Become Online Only [@VIBEMagazine] Brandon Caldwell April 25, 2013 News, Top Posts 2 Comments According to the New York Times, VIBE Magazine’s print side might be going by the wayside for the second time. SpinMedia, a collection of music & pop culture websites formerly known as Buzz Media which also includes SPIN bought VIBE as well as the subsidiaries VibeVixen.com & Vibe.com from VIBE Media. Prices weren’t disclosed. For the now 21-year old hip-hop & R&B magazine, it’s the second time in less than five years that the print side of the magazine will have fallen. Back in 2009, the magazine shuttered before being revived thanks to new investors amid terrible advertising revenue. Traffic to Vibe.com & Vibevixen.com combined reaches about 1.4 million visitors per month [via NYT] Share this:TweetShare on Tumblr 2 Responses News Media Source, Urban Search Engine Founded From A Hip Hop Site Based On World News, Entertainment News And Celebrity Gossip » Vibe Magazine Sold April 25, 2013 […] VIBE Magazine Sold, Likely To Become Online Only [@VIBEMagazine] (dayandadream.com) […] Reply Vibe No Longer On Newsstands | Celebnmusic247 April 25, 2013 […] VIBE Magazine Sold, Likely To Become Online Only [@VIBEMagazine] […] Reply Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Your email address will not be published.CommentName* Email* Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email.