magalogue

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magalogue

(ˈmaɡəˌlɒɡ) or

magalog

n
(Journalism & Publishing) a combination of a magazine and a catalogue
[C20: from mag(azine) + (cat)alogue]

mag•a•log

or mag•a•logue

(ˈmæg əˌlɔg, -ˌlɒg)

n.
a sales catalog containing features characteristic of magazines, as articles and editorials, either mailed free or priced for purchase.
[1975–80;b. magazine and catalog]
References in periodicals archive ?
Consumer publishers in areas like health and investment that seem potentially more viable internationally tend to use 16-page letters, magalogues, and other still more elaborate mailing pieces.
Its range of products includes magazines, newspapers, newsletters, company reports, magalogues, corporate books and booklets, e-mail newsletters, online material, e-journals, mobile phone magazines, and vodcasts.