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Time Inc. Launches Digital Subscriptions On IPad

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Digital subscriptions of all 20 of  Time consumer magazine titles are now available for iPad on Apple’s Newsstand. Monthly and annual subscriptions to all 20 titles – including ALL YOU, Coastal Living, Cooking Light, Entertainment Weekly, ESSENCE, FORTUNE, Golf Magazine, Health, InStyle, Money, PEOPLE, People En Español, People StyleWatch, REAL SIMPLE, Southern Living, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, Sports Illustrated for Kids, Sunset, This Old House, and TIME – are available now for U.S. customers and in select international markets.

Existing print subscribers will be able to access the digital editions at no additional cost, and single issue copies will also be available.

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