You’ve asked us – and we’ve listened!
After more than 30 years of providing the latest highly relevant and compelling content for public sector managers, The Intermedia Group is thrilled to announce that the print edition of Government News is now available as a custom-made digital magazine.
Perfect for reading on tablet computers, laptops and smartphones, Government News Digital Edition features all of the thought-leading editorial content and graphic design excellence of the print edition in a purpose built online format.
This is complemented by new enhancements including social media sharing, embedded hyperlinks and exclusive access to extra digital resources on key topics of interest.
That means that when you see something that’s valuable to share with your colleagues, customers or service providers you’re just a click away from an email, a tweet or a Facebook post from giving it to them.
Importantly, Government News Digital Edition retains all of the key features of the magazine you’ve told us you love and are important for you to see online – from being able to browse stories by turning pages to access to news and features from the contents.
You’ll also be able to intuitively search across a single story, edition or multiple editions for topics of interest as well as news, analysis, features and opinions.
And to make the Government News Digital Edition experience even easier and more rewarding, we’ve included a convenient adjustable zoom as well as the ability rotate pages or browse the magazine as thumbnails.
Best of all, we’re able to pass on the high editorial value of the print edition for a low digital price. A single issue of Government News Digital Edition is priced at just $8.08 and an annual six-issue annual subscription for only $29.99 making it more affordable than ever to subscribe.
“This lower barrier to entry for Government News not only provides easier access for our audience of public sector decision makers, but a substantial boost to the impact and reach of those valued advertisers who continue to support us in print,” said Government News publisher Mark Kuban.
“Best of all, both dedicated and new readers who subscribe will never go wanting for their issue if the print magazine does the rounds of executive offices as we know it quite often does,” Mr Kuban said.
Why wait? Subscribe to Government News Digital Edition today!
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