WorldNetDaily Announces its First-ever Digital Magazine: WorldNetWeekly
WORLDNETDAILY ANNOUNCES ITS FIRST-EVER DIGITAL MAGAZINE: WORLDNETWEEKLY
WASHINGTON, D.C. -- February 15, 2010 –
WorldNetDaily (WND), the world’s leading independent online news source, today announced the launch of its first-ever digital magazine, WorldNetWeekly
. The full-color, digital-only magazine is available at worldnetweekly.wnd.com
every Sunday starting at 3 a.m. EST, with the Feb. 8-Feb. 14, 2010 issue posting this weekend.
hearkens back to the tradition of a Sunday newspaper that could be read leisurely – on your own schedule,” said Elizabeth Farah, publisher, WorldNetWeekly
. “It’s an entertaining package, complete with jokes, cartoons and crossword puzzles – features that tend to get lost amid the hectic work week. It won’t vanish into the ether and need to be reassembled with keyword searches scanning tens of thousands of articles from the past.”
is a digital complement to WorldNetDaily’s news coverage, features and diverse assembly of renowned and influential opinion writers. Each issue is approximately 400 pages and includes similar content to WND, but is packaged and illustrated for maximum impact and comprehension. Similar to thumbing through a print magazine at a local newsstand, readers of the digital WorldNetWeekly
can view the first 20 pages at full zoom, free of charge and with clickable links. Partnering with Zinio, the world’s leader in digital publishing, technology, distribution and services, WorldNetWeekly
now joins the largest newsstand in the world.
Advertisements offer discounts on books and films, alongside games, crossword puzzles and its unique Diversions, a reader-favorite on WND.com
, in an animated and interactive weekly magazine format. Supplemented with high-quality graphics, readers can navigate content with search, zoom, links, social-sharing, archives and more.
Founded by Joseph and Elizabeth Farah in May 1997, WorldNetWeekly
is now a leading Internet news site in both traffic and influence, and has broken some of the biggest, most significant and most notable investigative and enterprising stories in recent years. Its unique and aggressive reporting style has captured a large and growing audience on the Internet: WorldNetDaily.com
's editorial policy reflects the old-fashioned notion that the principle role of the free press in a free society is to serve as a watchdog on government -- to expose corruption, fraud, waste and abuse, wherever and whenever it is found.
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