Canadian Publishing Industry News
19 September 2016,     TORONTO
OWL goes digital
OWL Magazine is going digital with the launch of OWLconnected eMAG, a bi-weekly current affairs digital magazine for readers ages 9-13. In June, OWL launched its current affairs website

The digital magazine will include digital touch navigation and like the website, will remain age appropriate. Each issue will feature news of the week, an in-depth story, an illustrated infographic, sports and entertainment and an interactive quiz. The Buzz section will feature reader-generated content and a 90-second animated video will appear in each issue highlighting various subjects.

“As we celebrate our 40th Anniversary, we are thrilled to be launching a new and dynamic digital magazine for readers,” OWL editor Kendra Brown, said. “Our OWLconnected eMag is designed to open kids’ eyes to the news and information from all around the globe in a fun and interactive way. Inspiring preteens is what OWL does best and we are proud to be adding this new publication to our library of offerings.”

OWLconnected eMag will be published 26 times a year and is free to subscribers of OWL Magazine. It will be available for tablet, Mac and PC. Visit the website for more information.

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