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Time Inc.’s Real Simple App Launches First on NOOK

Folio Magazine – 2011-10-13

The NOOK Newsstand is getting another addition, Time Inc. has announced that Real Simple magazine will be exclusively sold on the digital platform for the month of November and will begin a full digital integration with the December issue.
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Report: Digital ad exec Laura Lang chosen to lead Time Inc.

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Netflix will be pre-installed on the new Nook

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Barnes & Noble plans international Nook launch

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TBD launches 24-hour promotion

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The Young Library: New ways to think about time

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Is time-up for football's Kick magazine?

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Nook Tablet coming November 16

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Amazon launches Kindle lending library for US

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Harry Potter effect lifts Time Warner forecast

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Hearst Launches New YouTube Channel Initiative

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Bazalgette launches publisher with foodie memoir

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Could Tulsa cartoonist be a two-time plagiarist?

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MoPub opens real-time bidding marketplace for mobile publishers

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WTWH Media Launches Solar Power World Magazine

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EAG launches carbon footprint tool at FBF

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Movable Ink raises $1.3 million for real-time email marketing

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