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Digital Newsstand Distribution-as-a-Service Made Easy for Publishers Worldwide by PixelMags

LOS ANGELES, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/15/14 -- PixelMags, a leader in magazine distribution, launches its high quality content deconstruction service for publishers worldwide, with multiple major digital newsstands in their full-service offering. PixelMags has been at the forefront of the digital revolution with their publishing partners for over five years now. The industry has changed dramatically since the first ever magazine was published by PixelMags to the iPhone in 2009.

"We're excited to announce DaaS, our new Distribution-as-a-Service™ technology. With a single upload, a publisher can now distribute their content to the largest digital newsstands for only $60 per month, per title, per newsstand* and keep one hundred percent of the revenue," expressed Ryan Marquis, founder & COO.

PixelMags is re-invented and has redesigned their business model and technology from the ground up, focusing on publishing services.

"Our pricing model and activation process means we make it quick and simple for publishers to sign up to new newsstands. We also take out the complexity and overhead in deconstructing their content to each newsstand's specification. We handle everything for the publisher, acting as an extension of their publishing team," said Mark Stubbs, founder & CEO. "Our publishing partners are key to our success and we're constantly looking for better ways to work with them," continued Stubbs.

"We have been evaluating the newsstand market over the past five years, watching the bigger players grow and the new startups flourish. We've integrated our preparation and distribution technology seamlessly into the following eight newsstands: Apple newsstand, Readr, Google Play newsstand, Nook, Amazon newsstand (Europe), Magzter, Readly and Zinio. All this for only $60 per month, per title, per newsstand*," said Marquis.

About PixelMags Inc. PixelMags Inc. is one of the world's largest digital content distribution companies that focuses on digital publishing by changing how publishers distribute content in today's fast-paced digital environment. PixelMags reaches millions of digital readers daily, in multiple languages, and represents such publishers as Hearst UK, Conde Nast UK, Imagine Publishing, Dennis Publishing, Source Interlink and more. PixelMags is a privately held company with offices located in Los Angeles and London. Follow PixelMags on Facebook (facebook.com/pixelmags) and Twitter (@pixelmags).

* The monthly fee applies for each title for each newsstand that you choose. A minimum of three newsstands (or a minimum of $180 in fees) is required. $60 per newsstand, per title, per month is based on a 12 month upfront payment. $0.18 per download fee applies to Apple & Kindle Europe newsstands.

For additional information, please contact:
Alexandra Doney
Press Contact
310-598-3757
www.pixelmags.com

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