I write this post as Exact Editions have added a score of new titles to the platform in the last six months. This acceleration on content acquisition got me thinking about the battle for ‘real estate’ in the digital publishing world. With several established online magazine platforms on the market, it has now become a competition to convince publishers to come aboard. There is a kind of Noah’s Ark situation going on, with magazines scrambling to find a vessel as … Keep Reading
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Welcome to the seventh Archive Flashback post! We have decided to slightly change the format of this blog series to focus on some of our individual titles. This week we bring you a glimpse into the extensive digital archive of The Times Literary Supplement.
The TLS has been a highly acclaimed journal for decades, originally published in 1902 as a supplement to The Times. The serial then went on to form its own publication in 1914, publishing some of the … Keep Reading
One of the consequences of the development of cloud services such as Amazon Web Services, Microsoft Azure and Google Cloud is that highly reliable, global, scaleable and affordable computing solutions are available to relatively small outfits. These developments make it very practical to provide new specialised services and solutions to existing players. Frederic Filloux has been one of the steadiest commentators on digital news developments since the launch of the iPhone. In his latest posts he maintains that it continues … Keep Reading
Foreign Affairs has launched with Exact Editions, and is available to institutions with five years worth of back issues going back to January 2014.
Since its founding in 1923, Foreign Affairs is the leading magazine for serious examination and exploration of major geopolitical issues in the world today. Each issue features insightful commentary and discussion on a variety of topics including international order, political ideologies and economics from renowned writers in their respective fields.
Foreign Affairs is published by the … Keep Reading
Welcome to the second week of Archive Flashbacks! This week we bring you a film review from renowned magazine Sight & Sound, a selection of poems from the very first issue of PN Review and a contentious article from BBC Wildlife Magazine.
Sight & Sound — March 2019
Check out Barry Jenkins’s new film “If Beale Street Could Talk”, the first English-language feature adaptation of a James Baldwin novel, telling the tale of a young black … Keep Reading