Weekly magazine to cover “suicide” of the TV director cancelled release

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A weekly magazine that covered the “suicide” of the TV director cancelled release. It was planned to be released on 9/9/2014.

Distribution was already started but they collected them.


The name of the magazine is “FLASH”. The publisher commented “A part of the magazine had a flaw, we decided to cancel release.”

The specific issued part and the details of the “flaw” weren’t explained.


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Un hebdomadaire qui couvrait le “suicide” du directeur TV annule sa parution


Article lié : “Suicide” d’un directeur d’émission télé ayant couvert les cancers de la thyroïde de Fukushima et les coulisses de l’industrie nucléaire

Un hebdomadaire qui couvrait le “suicide” du directeur TV a annulé sa parution. Il devait être publié le 9 septembre 2014.
La distribution avait déjà commencé mais ils ont tout retiré.

Le magazine se nomme “FLASH”. L’éditeur a déclaré “Une partie du magazine avait un défaut, on a décidé d’annuler la parution”.
La partie en question et le détail du “défaut” n’ont pas été précisés.

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