New York, New York – Selector, Australia’s highest circulating wine and food magazine, chooses Magzter, the world’s largest digital magazine newsstand, to widen its global presence. The magazine’s beautifully presented pages cover all about the personalities, discoveries and developments in Australian wine, and also include delicious recipes from top chefs. There’s more to Selector than stunning wines and mouth-watering recipes. With features on topical personalities and inspirational travel articles, both local and international, this magazine is a must-read for travel enthusiasts too.
The latest issue of Selector has the theme of inspiration and aspiration. Take a look at Curtis Stone cooking up a storm in the USA, Aussie chefs banding together to support the Syrian humanitarian crisis and check out the aspirational recipes of the ‘Godfather of Thai’ David Thompson. Also, don’t miss to explore the 20 best Pinot Noirs in the country and 15 great escapes in the Hunter Valley.
“As an independent publisher focussing on a small but high quality and high earning niche, the way we represent ourselves digitally is paramount. When it comes to food and wine our imagery must be of the highest quality and we completely trust the way that Magzter reproduces our content and represents us globally. We look forward to deepening the partnership with Magzter and its audience.” – Paul Diamond, Publisher, Selector – Australia
“We are excited to add Selector, which brings together the best of Australian food and wine culture, to our catalogue. With mouth-watering recipes from leading chefs and stunning photographs of food, this magazine is surely a delight for foodies across the world. Here’s wishing Selector to taste great digital success on Magzter.” – Girish Ramdas, CEO, Magzter Inc.
“Apart from food and wine, Selector also showcases exciting travel destinations and gives unique insights into some of Australia’s most interesting personalities, which makes this magazine truly stand out. We’re quite happy to provide digital wings to Selector and take it to our 35 million users, who enjoy reading such quality content.” – Vijay Radhakrishnan, President, Magzter Inc.
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Pricing and Availability:
Magzter – Digital Magazine Newsstand 6.14 is free (with in-app purchases) and available worldwide through the App Store in the News category. A bi-monthly magazine, Selector is priced at AUD 37.82 ($27.99 USD) for an annual subscription on Magzter. The Magzter app is also available on the web, Google Play, Amazon App Store, Kindle Fire and is expanding to more platforms soon. Magzter’s easy purchase and renewal systems ensure subscriptions are paid on time, eliminating the need for paper checks and postal mail issues. Users can buy their magazines on any of the above devices/platforms and seamlessly port their purchases to any other devices, a feature unique to Magzter.
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