Watt Publishing Co.
As 2009 comes to a close, flat remains the (not so) new up in magazine publishing. Print advertising continues to take a flogging, online revenue is still an enigma to many publishers, and trade shows/exhibitions and conferences are taking a hit for many as well. One bright spot, however, may be virtual events—which, due to their no-travel-required nature, actually could be benefiting from the dire economic climate.
SOUTHBOROUGH, Mass. -- Texterity Inc. has introduced a Spanish language user interface for digital magazines, which will allow readers to browse, navigate, save and search Spanish language magazines in the language in which they are published. Spanish will be the first language offered as part of Texterity's internationalization of its magazine delivery solution. The Texterity digital delivery technology allows readers to simply click on a link to immediately view the magazine and leaf through its pages. Readers can also download the issue to archive it and read it or search its contents at a later time. With the new interface, all of the controls for reading