The world of media has been deeply in flux in the past few years, with a rash of publications ceasing print operations and many others shutting down entirely. While there are a number of factors that contribute to the shift, a big part of it comes down to revenue. Ad dollars aren’t what they used to be, and many publications are struggling to monetize their content in the digital age. Behemoths like Condé Nast haven’t been immune, in spite of their size. After last year saw the media conglomerate put three of its titles up for sale and cease print operations for others, the company is moving to a new strategy. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday, Condé Nast will be putting up paywalls on all of its titles – which include Vogue, GQ and Glamour — by the end of 2019. Read more at Fashionista.