Newsweek set to launch Asia edition
With the launch of the new edition, Newsweek will be available in three major global markets including the Americas, Europe/Middle East/Africa and Asia
NEW YORK, NY – April 2, 2015 — Newsweek, a premier weekly news magazine owned by IBT Media, today announced that it is set to launch an Asia edition that will be distributed across China, South Korea, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Singapore and Malaysia beginning with the issue dated April 24th that will be on sale April 17th. The Asia edition will be published in English and will feature content from the American edition with a focus that targets the geography of the new audience.
“Launching an Asia edition completes the puzzle of making Newsweek a globally read publication,” said Etienne Uzac, CEO and Co-Founder of IBT Media. “Newsweek has come a long way to reach this point. Its print operations were completely dismantled when we purchased it and now the whole framework and structure are back in place. Newsweek is stronger than ever and poised for growth.”
With the launch of the new edition, Newsweek will be available in three major global markets including the Americas, Europe/Middle East/Africa (EMEA) and Asia. Consumers will be able to purchase the Asia edition both on newsstands and through subscriptions.
“Newsweek’s content speaks to a global audience, so we are excited to bring our original reporting and high-quality, long-form journalism to another continent,” added Johnathan Davis, Chief Content Officer and Co-Founder of IBT Media. “We were already reaching two major parts of the world and will now be a fully global news magazine both digitally and in print.”