Scribd announced today that it has added magazines and news articles to its subscription service, which also offers users access to ebooks, audiobooks, comics, sheet music and documents.
The magazines Scribd is adding are as follows: archive and current issues from Time, Fortune, Money, People, Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, Foreign Policy, New York Magazine, Newsweek and The Atlantic (coming soon).
The magazines will be available to read at both the article and issue level.
Jim Jacovides, senior vice president of partnerships, licensing and syndication, at Time Inc., said, “Time Inc. is excited to partner with Scribd as a new content provider. This relationship will give our iconic brands — such as Fortune, Money, People, and Time — access to a new audience in Scribd’s global reader base.”
Scribd also announced that it has changed its discovery experience, moving to a “content-agnostic” model. All content, regardless of format, will be grouped together by interest.
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