*+-Allison Reber of Aquafadas asks why are the majority of magazines not going digital, outlines the challenges and reflects on possible solutions.
*+-Michael Tamblyn, the Chief Content Officer at Kobo, offers an update on the ebookseller’s magazine store, kids shop and international expansion.
*+-South Africa is making itself known as a home for digital startups. Among the hottest is Snapplify, a digital publishing solutions provider with a growing global profile.
*+-Print remains prestigious in the boutique realms of independent magazines, zines and comics. Berlin’s Anikibo promises to offer the best indie magazine selection — online.
*+-Netizeen is a new iPad app aimed at unlocking a magazine’s inherent social networking potential by allowing users to communicate in realtime with editors and others.
*+-New online mag EnCubierta helps readers find the best Spanish e-books, taking a stab at the growing problem of discoverability in the expanding e-book market.
*+-One Story magazine launches One Teen Story, aimed at getting young readers to fall in love with short stories.
*+-A new online magazine enlists top writers to covers stories of underrepresented world conflicts, underlining the personal, the intimate and the introspective.
*+-AOL has launched Editions, a new magazine app that customizes content based on user behavior.
*+-What’s to stop magazines, as they transition to digital, from aping their online competition and once again acquiring long-form narrative?
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