Football Week iPad app spells bright Future for digital magazines

Football Week iPad app spells bright Future for digital magazines

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New 'The boundaries are blurring' says publisher's digital editor-in-chief Mike GoldsmithBritish firm Future has been one of the more successful magazine publishers on tablets, reporting in November 2012 that it was selling $1m of digital editions a month on tablets.Having started by digitising issues of its existing print magazines, Future moved...
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