Leading US publisher, Conde Nast, takes Apple’s iPad extremely seriously and intends releasing not one but five magazines in a format ready for the “magical” device, the New York Times explains.
The first magazines for which it will create iPad versions are Wired, GQ, Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and Glamour, the company will announce today. GQ’s iPad version will be ready in April, while Vanity Fair and Wired will take space on your iPad in June, with the remaining two titles set to reach the platform this summer.
We7 becomes UK’s no 1 music streaming site, beats Last.fm, makes joint deal with men’s mag, GQ.
GQ.com has teamed up with Peter Gabriel’s UK based music streaming service, We7, to let visitors listen to music across the men’s magazine’s website.
The service goes live on August 3 and will feature a jukebox on GQ.com which lets users play bespoke playlists, with tracks picked by GQ.com’s editorial team, while visitors can click through to We7 to buy tracks.