July 9, 2018
ZINIO AND BONNIER DELIVER BEST-IN-CLASS READING WITH LAUNCH OF 23 iOS APPS
NEW YORK, NY, July 9, 2018 — ZINIO, the leading technology platform for digital magazines, and Bonnier Corporation, the leading special-interest publishing group, announced today the launch of 23 mobile-ready iOS apps powered by ZINIO Pro.
The launch continues a long partnership between Bonnier Corp. and ZINIO for digital publishing services. Last year, the partnership introduced Android apps across Bonnier’s portfolio of brands, including Popular Science, Flying, Cruising World and Cycle World.
“Migrating our iOS apps over to ZINIO could not have been easier,” said Shawn Macey, Vice President, Enterprise Solutions. “As our magazines are already distributed on the ZINIO network, all of our content was ready to publish on the iOS apps. In addition, ZINIO has an existing integration with CDS Global fulfillment service, so it was seamless for our customers.”
With all of Bonnier Corp’s brands consolidated under ZINIO Pro, it has streamlined the entire production process for their apps and digital content distribution. With ZINIO’s proprietary digital extraction, conversion and content management services, Bonnier is able to ‘edit once and distribute everywhere’ across ZINIO’s growing distribution network.
Bonnier Corp’s iOS apps powered by ZINIO Pro – fully responsive across all screens
“We’re proud to partner with Bonnier as they continue to deliver on their commitment of editorial excellence and innovation, bringing their readership the best-in-class digital reading experience, particularly on smartphones.” said Rolf Rohwer, Senior Vice President of Product at ZINIO.
Serving a passionate audience with a wide range of interests, Bonnier’s portfolio includes industry-leading brands such as Boating, Saveur, Motorcyclist, Scuba Diving, and others. Driven by their commitment to the industries and audiences they serve, Bonnier continues to innovate and raise the bar on the creation and distribution of content.
Customers using Bonnier’s iOS apps powered by ZINIO Pro, now benefit from a mobile optimized reading experience. Bonnier app users can choose to read in print replica or the enhanced text mode with robust app features such as night mode, bookmarking, text size options, and more. Bonnier apps are available for download in the iTunes App Store and Google Play Store.
For more information on ZINIO Pro, please visit www.corp.zinio.com.
ABOUT BONNIER CORPORATION
Bonnier Corp. is one of the largest special-interest media companies in America, with more than 30 multichannel brands extending across all platforms including magazines, digital media, events, and product licensing. Bonnier Corp.’s brands include Popular Science, Saveur, Field & Stream, Yachting, Flying, Salt Water Sportsman, Cycle World, Working Mother, and Outdoor Life. Bonnier Corp. is owned by Swedish-based Bonnier AB, a multichannel media conglomerate operating in 15 countries. For more information, visit www.BonnierCorp.com.
ZINIO brings innovation and inspiration to the world of magazine publishers and consumers by delivering the ultimate digital reading experience on any device. 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.
For magazine publishers, ZINIO Pro converts print magazines into digital form with the same technology that powers the ZINIO newsstand. ZINIO Pro offers publishers complete flexibility in managing and delivering their content in branded magazine applications for tablet, smartphone and desktop, or through the growing network of ZINIO distribution partners.
For magazine consumers, ZINIO operates online newsstands and award-winning iOS and Android apps in more than 30 languages, providing the broadest selection of digital magazines.
ZINIO has delivered over 500 million digital magazine editions across more than 6,000 titles to over 15 million customers. For more information, visit www.corp.ZINIO.com.
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