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PressReader Announces the Addition of French-Canadian Newspaper Le Devoir to all of Its Channels

Prominent independent is one of the top French-Canadian dailies to be added to the PressReader network

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 01/30/14 -- PressReader, the world leader in multi-channel newspaper and magazine content distribution, announced the addition of prominent independent French-Canadian newspaper Le Devoir to its catalogue. One of the largest independent newspapers in Quebec and in Canada, Le Devoir is now available on all of PressReader's channels, including the PressReader app, its online service, and Print-on-Demand.

Over the years, PressReader has gained and maintained its position as the leading digital kiosk in the Canadian market, and it is the largest source of full-content newspapers and magazines in the world. By joining the network, Le Devoir has the ability to reach a large and established base of readers through PressReader's extensive consumer and business channels.

"Adding Le Devoir to our catalogue is a significant win for PressReader and for our readers," said Nikolay Malyarov, VP of Publishing and Legal Affairs at PressReader. "Our company has had tremendous growth over the years and the French-Canadian market is an important and loyal audience. Le Devoir has been one of our most requested titles, and we are pleased to be able to give our readers access to this prominent and well-respected publication."

PressReader's flagship products, PressReader and, deliver the most authentic newspaper and magazine reading experiences on PC, Mac, smartphones, tablets and eReaders, running iOS, Android, Windows 8 and BlackBerry 10 operating systems. PressReader's advanced technologies provide users with a revolutionary reading and engagement experience.

"Our partnership with PressReader marks an important step in our company's expansion throughout Canada and beyond," said Christianne Benjamin, VP of Business Development for Le Devoir. "We have a long and prestigious history as an independent news outlet in Quebec, and we look forward to the opportunity to go beyond our borders and reach out to readers throughout the world."

The Le Devoir partnership is one more step in PressReader's ongoing expansion, and this latest move supports the company's mission of providing the best and most comprehensive content to its business and consumer audiences.

About PressReader

Founded in 1999, PressReader is the global leader in multi-channel, cross-platform content distribution and monetization, and the chosen partner of more than 3,500 publishers from 100 countries. PressReader provides consumers and businesses access to thousands of local, national and international full-content newspapers and magazines online, in print, and on tablets, smartphones and eReaders running iOS, Android, Android for Amazon, Windows 8 and Blackberry 10 operating systems.

PressReader / Le Devoir news release

It offers the world's most engaging reading experience to millions of readers in 60 languages and can be found in leading libraries, hotels, airlines, corporate and government buildings, cruise lines, airport lounges, schools and restaurants around the globe. As a fully-customizable digital publishing platform, PressReader helps publishers of all sizes and media types expand their platform support, grow global circulation and revenues, and increase brand awareness and exposure of their publications in new international markets. For more information visit or, and follow us on Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn and Pinterest.

About Le Devoir

Le Devoir is a daily newspaper published six days a week in Montreal. It was founded on January 10, 1910 by journalist and politician Henri Bourassa. Bourassa had hoped that his newspaper would remain totally independent and would not be sold to any group, which is still the case more than a hundred years later.

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