August 11, 2017


Additions include Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Yoga Journal, and more.  

NEW YORK, August 11, 2017 – Scribd and ZINIO announced today a new partnership to provide Scribd members with unlimited access to top-tier magazines including Maxim, Men’s Health, Women’s Health, Macworld, PCWorld, Lonely Planet Traveller, BBC Top Gear, Runner’s World, and more! These magazines join Scribd’s already impressive library which includes the best books, audiobooks, news, and magazines, including Time, Money, Fortune, People, Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, Foreign Policy, and New York Magazine.

“We’re thrilled to be partnering with ZINIO to more than double our magazine offering,” said Trip Adler, founder and CEO of Scribd. “This partnership gives us another opportunity to put funds into the publishing ecosystem while increasing the value of our membership. It’s another big step towards changing the way the world reads.”

“Our strategy is to offer magazine publishers the widest possible digital distribution of their premium content,” said Kelly Conlin, Chairman and CEO of ZINIO. “As a leading, innovative online reading platform, Scribd is in a perfect position to bring the articles and issues from great magazines to their large and growing community of readers who appreciate this unique content, and we are excited to partner with Scribd to make that happen.”

As always, members have the option to read articles from full issues of their favorite magazines, browse trending articles and topics, or explore on their own by areas of interest. Even better, you can quickly and easily find books, audiobooks, or documents that are related to the topic of any article you read on Scribd.


As pioneers of the digital publishing industry for over a decade, ZINIO leads the digital magazine market in breadth of content and accessibility on any platform. ZINIO operates online newsstands and award-winning apps in more than 30 languages. ZINIO offers publishers, through its ZINIOpro SaaS platform, complete flexibility in managing and delivering their content in branded, native magazine applications for tablet, smartphone and desktop, in searchable article databases, or through the growing network of ZINIO distribution partners.

The company has delivered 500 million digital magazine editions across more than 6,000 titles from 1,300 publishers in 200 countries to over 10 million customers. Headquartered in New York City, the company has offices in San Francisco, Barcelona, London and Ho Chi Minh City. For more information, visit