YEREVAN (Combined Sources)—Cosmopolitan launched its Armenia Edition Monday, in time for international women’s day with a presentation by editor Hrachuhi Utmazyan, who pointed out that the new Armenia edition is the 63rd international edition of Cosmo.
“Thirty percent of the content is local, with the rest to be used from the Cosmo international database. Hearst Magazines International, owner of the magazine will oversee the design and content of the magazine,” explained art director Anna Malkhasyan.
Publishing Director Gagik Yeghiazaryan said Russian-language editions of the magazine will no longer be available in Armenia.
The magazine will have a circulation of 5,000. Each issue will cost 1,290 drams ($3.50) for a large-size edition, and 990 drams ($2.70) for a small-size edition.