OffComm News, a Specialized Trade Magazine Chooses ND’s Platform to Reach its Remotest Readers
You will find below an excerpt of the press release explaining why this quarterly magazine dedicated to remote communications exploration chose NewspaperDirect’s multi-channel, multi-platform distribution network to deliver to readers in the most remote locations in the world.
Here's a link to the complete release: OffComm News Magazine Reaches the Remotest Readers with NewspaperDirect.
Connecting operational critical missions, as well as the people working in super-remote locations, OffComm News is a magazine resource for buyers and suppliers of telecommunications destined for remote and harsh environments such as offshore oil and gas platforms, deserts, mines, and other connectivity-challenged regions. It reports with news and in-depth features on infrastructure, VSAT, satellite, hybrid networks, and more.
Through PressReader and PressDisplay.com, the publication can now be read by thousands of subscribers in remote locations that were formerly impossible or prohibitively expensive to reach with physical copies of the magazine.
“People continue to expect to find content on a multitude of devices, so adding OffComm News to NewspaperDirect’s global digital distribution network makes good sense,” said Georgina Elrington , editor for OffComm News. “This not only helps us to grow awareness and circulation, it brings critical and timely information to help people stay connected while operating in some of the remotest areas of the world.”
OffComm News joins thousands of publications on ND’s rapidly growing digital network of magazines and newspapers from 100 countries in 56 languages, which appeal to a wide variety of demographics and tastes in consumer and B2B publications. These include Cosmopolitan, FHM, Rolling Stone, InformationWeek, Marketing Week, Logistics Manager, The Globe and Mail and Le Monde.
“As NewspaperDirect continues to extend its digital reach into new markets, industry leading publications like OffComm News are instrumental in helping us grow readership within isolated workforces and the companies that employ and provide services to them,” said Alex Kroogman , CEO of NewspaperDirect. “And with PressReader pre-installed on the world’s most popular Android, Windows and BlackBerry mobile devices, OffComm News‘ distribution has been expanded to literally millions of potential readers overnight.”
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