The magazine has been in print for 66 years, but its three-year stint of being offered for free is no longer financially viable. NME is going to print the final edition of its weekly music magazine on Friday, its publisher has announced. The publication is going to focus on its online offering instead, and plans to launch “several digital services” to expand its audience. NME, which has been in print for 66 years, became a free weekly publication in 2015 – and was handed out at train stations, universities and shops across the UK. But Time Inc, the magazine’s owner, said it was “no longer financially viable” to run a print edition. Before becoming free, NME…