e-magazine

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

e- +‎ magazine

Noun[edit]

e-magazine (plural e-magazines)

  1. A magazine published in electronic format.
    • 2008, Rita Watson, ‎Menahem Blondheim, The Toronto School of Communication Theory
      This does not necessarily mean that they will be more commercially successful, because the affiliated magazines have a huge audience base from which to draw on as compared to new e-magazines that have to start from scratch.
    • 2010, James F. Scotton, ‎William A. Hachten, New Media for a New China (page 72)
      This may explain why the most popular e-magazines are fashion magazines, which account for 74 percent of magazines read online.

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