February 25, 2015 Last Updated 3:42 pm

National Wildlife Federation releases three new apps using MAZ platform

Press Release:

NEW YORK, NY – February 25, 2015 — MAZ, whose publishing platform powers over 1,000 apps across the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Appstore, announces that they are partnering with the National Wildlife Federation to create their apps for National Wildlife Magazine, Ranger Rick, and Ranger Rick Jr. on mobile, tablet and web reader.

NWF-screenNational Wildlife Federation is an American conservation organization aiming to protect wildlife for future generations. National Wildlife Magazine is the NWF’s award-winning nature magazine, featuring content from the world’s top wildlife and nature photographers and writers. Ranger Rick and Ranger Rick Jr. connect children to incredible wildlife and nature experiences within their homes and media devices. These publications feature amazing stories, videos, and fun activities to educate and engage children about wildlife worldwide.

In partnership with MAZ, National Wildlife Magazine, Ranger Rick, and Ranger Rick Jr., will have universal digital reach via the Apple App Store, Google Play, and Amazon Appstore on mobile and tablet devices as well as HTML5 web reader. All apps will feature MAZ’s trademark social features, interactivity tools, and unique user experience.

“We are very excited to be working with MAZ to bring our titles to our audience in all the formats they request,” said Executive Publisher at National Wildlife Federation, Hervey Evans. “MAZ offers us the opportunity to leverage our award-winning work to reach more children and conservation-minded adults with our stimulating and educational photos and content.”

“I grew up with magazines like Ranger Rick, and I’ve always admired the work that the National Wildlife Federation does to bring awareness to nature and wildlife around the world,” said MAZ CEO, Paul Canetti. “It is an honor to work with them in bringing their amazing publications to a wider digital audience and to usher in a new era in their rich history.”

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