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Old October 31 2013, 11:41 PM   #1
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DWM now available online

http://news.drwho-online.co.uk/Docto....aK7Lz2VN.uxfs

Doctor Who Magazine have finally launched a digital edition of the magazine in the UK!
The magazine as well as a few back issues can now be bought as an app through Apple's AppStore, which ties into the Newsstand app.
DWO caught up with DWM editor, Tom Spilsbury, who had the following to say about the new format:
"We're delighted to bring DWM to a digital audience. The magazine continues to grow its sales, so this will help us expand our audience further.
Fear not, though, if you prefer to read the physical magazine - this is designed to complement the physical version, not to replace it.
Good, though hopefully it's more affordable than what we have to pay presently for the paper copy.
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Old November 1 2013, 12:15 AM   #2
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Re: DWM now available online

Candlefright wrote: View Post
http://news.drwho-online.co.uk/Docto....aK7Lz2VN.uxfs

Doctor Who Magazine have finally launched a digital edition of the magazine in the UK!
The magazine as well as a few back issues can now be bought as an app through Apple's AppStore, which ties into the Newsstand app.
DWO caught up with DWM editor, Tom Spilsbury, who had the following to say about the new format:
"We're delighted to bring DWM to a digital audience. The magazine continues to grow its sales, so this will help us expand our audience further.
Fear not, though, if you prefer to read the physical magazine - this is designed to complement the physical version, not to replace it.
Good, though hopefully it's more affordable than what we have to pay presently for the paper copy.
Seems to be £3.99 an issue.
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Old November 1 2013, 04:21 AM   #3
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Candlefright wrote: View Post
http://news.drwho-online.co.uk/Docto....aK7Lz2VN.uxfs

Doctor Who Magazine have finally launched a digital edition of the magazine in the UK!
The magazine as well as a few back issues can now be bought as an app through Apple's AppStore, which ties into the Newsstand app.
DWO caught up with DWM editor, Tom Spilsbury, who had the following to say about the new format:
"We're delighted to bring DWM to a digital audience. The magazine continues to grow its sales, so this will help us expand our audience further.
Fear not, though, if you prefer to read the physical magazine - this is designed to complement the physical version, not to replace it.
Good, though hopefully it's more affordable than what we have to pay presently for the paper copy.
Seems to be £3.99 an issue.
Paper copies are $20 for me...
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Old November 1 2013, 07:41 AM   #4
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Good news! Which means that there's one more way to read DWM that I don't have access to.
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Old November 1 2013, 09:54 AM   #5
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Paper copies are $20 for me...
Oof! Not cheap then.
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