Canadian Magazine Industry News
12 April 2016,     MONTREAL
TVA Group launches digital newsstand
The TVA Group has launched Molto, a digital newsstand for all of its publications. Readers of magazines like Coup de pouce, Canadian Living, 7 Jours, Elle Québec, Elle Canada, TV Hebdo and Chez Soi, will now be able to access digital editions via smart phone or tablet, all on the same app.


"The magazine industry is changing fast," Lucie Dumas, vice-president group publisher, magazine division, said. "We are launching Molto to stay ahead of consumer adoption of multiple content delivery methods. Molto offers our readers a versatile 24-hour newsstand stocked with Canada's leading magazines, making our publications that much more accessible."

Developed by miLibris Solutions Inc., Molto is a user-friendly app with a simple, intuitive interface to provide users with a fluid navigation experience.  TVA Publications stated that they are fully committed to print magazines as a core component of its business strategy—however the digital option was created to meet the needs of users who want to read their magazines on multiple platforms.

Molto is available on the App Store and Google Play for $8.49 per month—the first month is free.
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