National Geographic Kids magazine drops print • MarkLives.com - MarkLives.com
Posted: 04 Jun 2020 12:00 AM PDT
Creature Media, publisher of National Geographic Kids in South Africa, has announced that the magazine will be switching from print to digital editions in both English and Afrikaans for the foreseeable future.
"With NG KiDS turning 16 years old in June , it's been an especially difficult decision to discontinue the print edition but one we had to make in order to survive," says Lisel Daniels, NG KiDS marketing manager. "We have the most-loyal readers, whom we thank for their loyalty over the years, and whom we ask for continued support. We understand it will be an adjustment, but we're making every effort for a smooth transition and provide content that will educate and entertain our readers. We're in the process of informing all stakeholders of the impending changes and looking forward to building new and innovative partnerships going forward."
From 1 July 2020, all print subscriptions will be converted to digital subscriptions.
Since lockdown restrictions were enforced at the end of March 2020, NG KiDS has made its new issues and back catalogue available free to everyone for three months. Continue to access the digital versions free of charge until 30 June by clicking on bit.ly/FreeDigitalZAENG for the English or bit.ly/FreeDigitalZAAFR for the Afrikaans issue.
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