The magazine is now all set to reach millions of Spanish-speaking readers on Magzter. Other editions of Reader's Digest, namely, US, UK, India, Canada and International are already available on Magzter.
"We're proud to place a timeless magazine like Selecciones Reader's Digest at this huge online magazine newsstand as Magzter. We hope that our most-read publication will excite millions of Magzter's readers as it has been doing since it was started as a paper in Spain in the 50's. We're happy to get into the digital world with this easy-to-use platform," said Natalia Alonso, Selecciones Reader's Digest, Global Family Editions
"It gives us immense pleasure to extend a warm welcome to Spain's most favourite magazine, Selecciones Reader's Digest. With over 6 decades of editorial brilliance to its credit, the magazine stamps its authority on readers of all age groups. We firmly believe that the magazine will become a best-seller right away on Magzter," said Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter.
"We share a great rapport with several editions of Reader's Digest across the globe, and we are now excited to add its Spanish edition on Magzter. Selecciones Reader's Digest carries the legacy of the legendary Reader's Digest brand by publishing inspiring, informative and well-researched columns in every issue, which will surely strike a chord with the Spanish-speaking readers on Magzter," added Vijay Radhakrishnan, president, Magzter.
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