Outdoors Magazine Goes Digital
Vermont –-(AmmoLand.com)- Outdoors Magazine has crossed into the “virtual” world and launched its first digital edition.
“It just makes sense,” said James Austin, the publisher of Outdoors Magazine.
“Digital magazines appeal to a certain group of people for good reasons. They are environmentally friendly, you don’t have to wait for the mail to come, they are automatically stored for you in a nice library, all the links are embedded so that if you see something that catches your eye you can be at the website in a flash … the list really goes on and on.”
When asked if this would eventually replace the printed Outdoors Magazine we all know and love, Austin responded with a smile.
“Absolutely not,” he said. “I am a ‘print’ guy and we know you don’t find computers in deer camps and on streams where a lot of our readers spend their time. This is an alternative, though, for those who are behind a keyboard all day and want to read the magazine at lunch while they are at work or on their laptops while they are surfing the web at night,” he said.
“We are also delighted to be able to work with a host company where you can turn the page on the monitor with the click of a mouse. You don’t have to wait for PDF’s to download and jump through hoops like you do with some other magazines,” said Austin.
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Each month Outdoors Magazine shines its spotlight on different areas of the outdoors world. Features and sub-features are multiple page spreads written by select experts in their fields. In addition to features and sub-features, each month Outdoors Magazine has over 40 columns written by real guides, industry experts, and the best in their fields. Our staff are die-hards who take the time out of their lives hunting and fishing to write.