The New European has announced its launch on the Exact Editions digital platform as part of its ongoing circulation growth strategy. Offering subscriptions to both individual subscribers and institutions, users will be able to read The New European across a range of digital platforms anywhere in the world.
Since its launch following the UK’s vote to leave the European Union in 2016, The New European has consistently offered a cosmopolitan and intelligent commentary on a wide range of issues celebrating the best of Europe. Providing an in-depth analysis of the Brexit process and its implications, The New European offers a much needed and widely appreciated voice of reason to the debate with features and articles contributed by respected journalists and politicos from across Europe and the UK.
The new digital edition of The New European is equipped with the latest cutting edge Exact Editions’ reader and search technology so that users can get the most out of this in-depth resource. Digital subscribers can search across a specific issue, year, decade or the entire archive, for their desired result. Individual subscribers can purchase seamless cross-platform access, while institutions can instantly offer their users unlimited digital access to the complete archive of this essential contemporary newspaper. Beautifully reproduced across web, iOS and Android platforms, The New European digital edition means that any subscriber anywhere can instantly access the magazine at the click of a button.
Chris Scarle, Digital Magazines Manager at Archant said about the digital launch, 'Since its launch in July 2016, The New European has gone from strength to strength and one year on we are delighted to expand our digital offering by working with Exact Editions. The ability to offer subscriptions to institutions across the world provides us with a great opportunity.'
Daryl Rayner, Managing Director of Exact Editions said, 'Exact Editions are pleased to be working with a trailblazing publication like The New European. The newspaper with the full archive will be an invaluable asset to our institutional and individual subscribers alike.'
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