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Hola! adds its USA edition to Magzter

Hola! brings its USA edition to Magzter. With this partnership, Hola! USA is all set to reach 36.5+ million users on the digital magazine newsstand.

Magzter has been already digitally publishing Hola! magazine from Spain and Mexico, and Hello! magazine from the UK, India, Turkey, Georgia and Thailand.

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"Hola! USA is pleased to partner with Magzter to offer our version of this world-renowned brand to the 36.5 million Magzter subscribers. With 33 editions in 120 countries, Hola! is well-recognised and Magzter's global presence will enable us to further expand our digital audience and interactive footprint," said Jay Annis, vice president, business manager, Hola! USA.

"With the arrival of Hola! USA, Magzter's celebrity catalogue has further strengthened. We firmly believe that the existing readers of Hola! USA will enjoy reading it on our world-class digital platform, and this iconic title will also break geographical barriers and find new audiences. Here's wishing Hola! USA to taste great digital success on Magzter!," commented Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter.

"Hola! has been one of the best-selling celebrity titles on Magzter and we are delighted to add its USA edition to our catalogue. With its authoritative fashion columns and exclusive coverage of celebrities, Hola! USA is expected to become a best-seller right away on Magzter, just like other editions of Hola!," added Vijay Radhakrishnan, president, Magzter Inc.

Magzter and Hola! are members of FIPP.

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