US newspaper company Tribune is launching a second digital magazine exclusively for the Amazon Kindle ebook reader – a week after launching its first magazine of this kind.
A week after launching Opinionated, a political magazine aimed just at Kindle owners, Tribune has launched its second Kindle-specific title – a daily electronic magazine focused on pop culture – after partnering with PopMatters.com.
According to Folio, the magazine is targeting 18-to-34-year-olds and is available for a free 14-day free trial and $1.49 monthly subscription at Amazon.com.
The website will now be the magazine’s main edition, a press release said, until new investment in the print version is secured. Future plans include a new monthly publication schedule and a move to New York for the mag’s headquarters.
The title for ‘politically conscious men and women with an interest in the international arts’ also hopes to establish the Seven Foundation to support community projects in the UK and abroad.