Japan's prime minister urges Congress to support the TPP trade pact. Saudi Arabia's king redraws the line of succession. And the death count in Nepal's earthquake surpasses 6,000. A panel of journalists joins guest host Susan Page for analysis of the week's top international news stories.
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Magazines are in trouble. Hundreds of periodicals folded last year and the former powerhouse Newsweek was sold for a dollar in exchange for millions in debt: What’s ahead for the magazine industry in the digital age.
- David Folkenflik media correspondent at NPR News.
- Justin Smith president, Atlantic Media Company
- Sidney Harman author of "Mind Your Own Business," founder and executive chairman of Harman International, and former deputy Secretary of Commerce.
- Cathie Black chairman of Hearst Magazines.
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