Pixelmags Goes Down Under to Partner With Nextmedia
Los Angeles, CA, May 9, 2013—PixelMags Inc., a world leader in magazine content distribution, is excited to expand their selection of Australian magazine titles with the signing of Nextmedia across all their digital platforms.
Nextmedia joins forces with PixelMags with 25 titles available on Apple iOS, BlackBerry Newsstand, Amazon Kindle Fire and PixelMags' own newsstand App called Readr. "We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with and deliver the Nextmedia content on all four of our digital platforms," said PixelMags COO and co-founder Ryan Marquis. Nextmedia brings something special to the table by supplying readers with a variety of special interest and hobby magazines, with titles from art to aeronautical and more.
"We are very happy to have found a digital content distribution company like PixelMags, that can supply our readers with their favorite content on multiple platforms and devices," commented Bruce Duncan, Commercial Director of Nextmedia.
About PixelMags Inc.
PixelMags Inc. is one of the world's fastest growing digital content distribution companies. Placing a focus on transforming the future of digital publishing by changing how publishers distribute interactive branded content. PixelMags reaches millions of digital readers daily, in multiple languages, and represents such publishers as Hearst UK, Conde Nast UK, Imagine Publishing, Dennis Publishing, Source Interlink, Nextmedia and more. PixelMags is a privately held company with offices located in Los Angeles and London. Follow PixelMags on Facebook (facebook.com/pixelmags) and Twitter.
Nextmedia has become the fourth largest magazine publishing group in Australia. Nextmedia was established in 2008 as a new entrant to the special interest publishing sector. Nextmedia is unique and innovative and understands its readers and creates carefully targeted content to inspire, inform and engage readers with their passions. Nextmedia publishes over 35 leading special interest publications plus digital executions, websites, books, and DVDs including titles such as Inside Sport, Golf Australia, Tracks, Australian Muscle Car, Bluewater Boats & Sports Fishing, PC PowerPlay, Sound & Image, Camera, Healthy Food Guide, Popular Science and a range of kids' titles including Disney magazine.