Tagged: magazines

Monthly Digital Magazine Subscription Service Readbug Returns to Seedrs For Expansion Funds

Readbug, the self-dubbed “Netflix for Magazines,” recently returned to equity crowdfunding platform Seedrs to raise 50,000 for expansion. The company offers a digital magazine reading app. Its library includes high profile British monthly independent publications, which includes AnOther, Atlas, Dazed, Paper, and Umbrella. The cost for the… Read More

On Indiegogo: Linux Voice Meets Crowdfunding Goal For Free Software Magazine

Andrew Gregory, Mike Saunders and Ben Everard produce a podcast called Linux Lifestyle. They were also all writers at Linux Format, a news source for Linux enthusiasts and those passionate about free software. Earlier this year the trio quit in order to bring a new publication… Read More

On RocketHub: A Lifetime Subscription To 10K+ Magazines

Crowdfunding continues to drive disruption in the content creation space. The latest instance of this phenomenon: PixelMags, who wants to become the Netflix of magazines by offering a monthly subscription to 10,000+ magazines for $7 per month. The opportunity to buy a lifetime subscription to… Read More

How Startup Magazines Crowdfund, Crowdsource, and Hold Onto Print

Every few odd weeks or months, a story pondering the future of magazines resurfaces, generating an updated round of debate on this form of print media we aren’t ready to let go. While recent pieces like David Carr’s “Wondering How Far Magazine Will Fall” may… Read More

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