National Geographic Magazine Exceeds 100,000 Paid Digital Subscribers

National Geographic Magazine topped 100,000 paid digital subscribers this past weekend and the magazine's special series on world population, which was collected into one app called "7 Billion", was the number one free app for iPad in iTunes. The 7 Billion app was promoted in Apple's new and noteworthy list and generated more than 140,000 downloads since it debuted on October 27. Continue reading at 'Folio Magazine'

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