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NewspaperDirect Launches “ideas: the magazine of newspaper marketing” SmartEdition

More good news!  Today, NewspaperDirect announced the launch of ideas: the magazine of newspaper marketing SmartEdition at the 2009 International News Media Association (INMA) World Congress in Miami.  

ideas: the magazine of newspaper marketing SmartEdition
ideas: the magazine of newspaper marketing SmartEdition

The award winning ideas magazine SmartEdition will be available to all INMA members on their PCs, Macs, smartphones, iPhones, Blackberry and iPod Touch devices, as well as the latest eReaders such as the iRex 1000 series and, soon, Polymer Vision’s Readius.

“NewspaperDirect has always been the front runner of technology and digital opportunities for newsmedia companies,” said Maria E. Terrell, Associate Director, INMA. “Our relationship spans over 10 years, and in that time, NewspaperDirect has grown with the newsmedia industry and shown newspapers how to break out of being a paper product, and become a media product.”

Here’s a short video showing just a few of the many features available  on ideas: the magazine of newspaper marketing SmartEdition.

ideas joins hundreds of other SmartEditions powered by PressDisplay technology.  Prominent titles such as: The Times, The Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, The Age, Le Figaro, The Irish Times and all Sun Media and Transcontinental titles, to name just a few.

NewspaperDirect’s expertise in Newspapers in Education has been instrumental in helping many publishers launch highly successful NIE programmes, such as: The Washington Post, New York Post, Sun Sentinel and all 11 Canwest publications, including National Post.

If you are a publisher and want to have your content everywhere for zero operational costs, just contact us at digital@newspaperdirect.com and you can have it all!

Gayle

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