SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 1, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Scribd, the premier reading subscription service that offers monthly access to books, audiobooks, documents and more, is broadening its offering to give subscribers access to premium magazine content from leading media publishers including Bloomberg, Entrepreneur Media, IBT Media, New York Media, Slate Group, LLC, and Time Inc. Subscribers can now enjoy access to articles from current and archive print editions of top brands such as Time, Money, Fortune, People, Bloomberg Businessweek, Entrepreneur, Foreign Policy and New York Magazine . Issues from Newsweek and The Atlantic will be added in the coming weeks. Magazines will be included in the current Scribd membership, at no extra cost, in addition to books, audiobooks, documents and more.
"We are excited to partner with Scribd and bring Bloomberg Businessweek to an emerging, innovative digital platform," said Josh Rucci, GM and Global Head of Media Distribution for Bloomberg. The newly-added magazines will sit alongside Scribd's existing books, audiobooks and documents, organized into 16,000 topics of interest. "We've always envisioned Scribd to be the reading destination that connects readers to the best written work, and magazine articles have been one of our most requested features," said Trip Adler, CEO of Scribd. "By connecting books, audiobooks, documents, and now articles, around areas of interest, our members are now free to skim what's trending or dive deep into any subject."