Future plc releases 50+ titles onto PressReader platform
VANCOUVER, Canada, – March 27, 2014 — PressReader, the world leader in multi-channel newspaper and magazine content distribution, has added more than 50 of Future’s top publications to its digital network providing a wider selection of global titles to millions of readers around the world. With brands covering technology, video games, film, cycling, photography, creative, design and craft, Future offers a variety of special interest topics to consumers, who can enjoy a state-of-the-art reading experience online or on any mobile device.
Future is an award-winning international media company and a world leader in developing innovative digital content for its global audience. Future’s mission is to reach and grow high-value global audiences with world-class content produced by talented experts; and to be tireless innovators in the way it engages with those consumers. By joining the PressReader network, Future will benefit from the additional international exposure through PressReader’s established global business channels that include over 15,000 hotels, libraries, airlines, airport lounges and cruise ships from around the world.
“We are excited to partner with such a well-respected international media brand as Future Publishing Limited and to be able to offer our readers an expanded collection of special interest content.” said Nikolay Malyarov, chief content officer for PressReader. “Because of our rapid expansion into new markets and business verticals, we are focused on diversifying our content and growing our selection of magazines and newspapers to attract a wider audience with a variety of interests.”
Through PressReader’s award-winning application and its newly-launched online web portal, PressReader.com, Future’s flagship titles including T3, Cycling Plus, Total Film, Photography Week, and Xbox: The Official Magazine will now be available to millions of readers via their PCs, smartphones, tablets or eReaders running on iOS, Android, Amazon for Android, Windows 8 and BlackBerry 10 operating systems.
“Our partnership with PressReader complements our strategy. It enables us to expand our audiences and monetize our content through PressReader’s unique digital distribution channels and cross-platform solution,” said Iain Russell, App Marketing Manager at Future. “PressReader is a key partner who will contribute to our global success by increasing discoverability of our titles and diversifying our revenue opportunities on digital platforms.”
Future joins more than 2,500 other publishers whose titles are now available on PressReader. With its legacy and trendsetting innovation, PressReader is a trusted partner and provider of digital content publishing technology to thousands of publishers from over 100 countries.