Magazines Canada is offering participants in its digital newsstand (a partnership with Zinio) a limited opportunity to create replica editions of back issues of their titles. Some 120 magazines are signed onto the digital newsstand, which was launched two years ago, and 70 of them are live. Participating titles have until the end of September to provide a priority list of back issues from January 2005 on, which would could then be converted over about the next year.
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