Realistically, probably a smart thing to do and could create a better issue online anyway. Limitless color and can integrate video. Can get immediate feedback from readers via social media integration, i.e., "like" buttons, commenting, Twitter and share. Reach is much broader versus a paper copy. Funds to print and ship are now spared. Info is the same whether in paper or in pixels.
Sidetrack... My company used to allocate $150K per year to design, print and ship annual reports to all shareholders. The law has changed now and all you need to do is post a PDF of the report on your Website the day of the SEC filing. We now spend around $12K on design and only print 1,000 to have on hand at Investor Relations as a courtesy to those that call and request a hard copy. We aren't obligated to send a hard copy and could just as easily point them to the PDF on our Web site.
Times change but the smart find a way to save budget and make things better! Change can be an opportunity for good if approached with an open mind.
(Tough time to be in the printing business -- especially in the USA.)