The Saturday Evening Post Goes Digital
America’s oldest magazine is now available online via Google Play.
Indianapolis (July 2, 2012) — The Saturday Evening Post—America’s oldest magazine withroots tracing back to Benjamin Franklin—is now available as a digitaledition on Google Play. The new frontier is the perfect next step for the Post. The bi-monthly magazine’s new digital version will offer readers another way to access the Post’s award-winning investigative pieces, feature stories, and fiction.
“The Saturday Evening Post is thrilled to offer an online version to reach a new demographic of digital readers,” said Editorial Director Steven Slon. “We look forward to further expanding our readership and enhancing our content across multiple mediums in today’s Digital Era.”
The May/June issue is currently available for purchase on Google Play, with theJuly/August issue set to release in the upcoming weeks. Readers interested in a single issue can purchase it for $3.99, a monthly subscription for $0.99/month, or a yearly subscription for $9.90.
U.S. Kids publications, Turtle, Humpty Dumpty, and Jack and Jill are also now available for purchaseon Google Play.
These new online versions are the first in a series of digital transitions lined up for The Saturday Evening Post and U.S. Kids publications. The Post also plans to launch its publications on other digital platforms.
To access the full issue of The Saturday Evening Post online please visit, play.google.com/store/magazines.
For more information about The Saturday Evening Post please visit, http://www.saturdayeveningpost.com/.