IBT Media, a small digital publishing company, sees a growth path for Newsweek, the struggling newsweekly it bought for a pittance last summer, The New York Times reported. IBT founders Etienne Uzac, 30, and Johnathan Davis, 31, planned to resuscitate the magazine as a Web-only product. But after Newsweek's online traffic tripled, they transitioned to print --  the "p-word," as they call it -- and the magazine is expected to hit newsstands on Friday. Newsweek's print ambitions are modest. It plans to print 70,000 copies - at its peak two decades ago, circulation was 3.3 million - and sell them for $7.99 each. The magazine's content will also be available online for a more affordable price.