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New Eastern Europe is now available for Apple iPads and iPhones.

 

The English bimonthly magazine dedicated to Central and Eastern European Affairs, New Eastern Europe, is now available for purchase in digital format via a dedicated application on Apple iPads and Google Android devices.

 

New Eastern Europe has teamed up with digital magazine publisher PocketMags (www.pocketmags.com) to provide electronic distribution of the magazine. The application is free to download and allows readers to purchase single issues or a subscription for a reduced price, which amounts to over 50% off the cover price.

 

NEEipad2015The digital format preserves the print version’s highly-acclaimed, readable layout with the added bonus of the possibility to host interactive content and media.

 

The current issue, as well all the back issues, is available for electronic purchase via the app. An individual issue costs only 4.99 EUR ($5.99 / £3.99) and a digital subscription (4-issues/12 months) is 14.49 EUR ($17.99 / £12.99).

 

Print issues and subscriptions also remain available for purchase via the New Eastern Europe web site: www.neweasterneurope.eu.

 

Click here to visit NEE on the Apple App Store.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

About New Eastern Europe

 

New Eastern Europe is a bimonthly news magazine which focuses on Central and Eastern European affairs. The editorial team is based in Krakow, Poland. The project is a joint collaboration between the City of Gdańsk, the European Solidarity Centre and the Jan Nowak-Jezioranski College of Eastern Europe in Wrocław. The objective of New Eastern Europe is to enhance understanding, raise awareness and further dialogue surrounding issues facing the states that were once a part of the Soviet Union or under its influence. The magazine provides in-depth analysis, historical and cultural discussions, reports and reviews of books and films from and about the region.

 

New Eastern Europe has been published since October 2011 and is distributed worldwide. New Eastern Europe was nominated for the 2012 European Press Prize in the category of Editing.

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