Enoble Media, a national magazine publishing house, today announced the launch of its innovative, 132-page digital-only Portable Gaming & Entertainment Magazine reporting on the latest products and features in today’s portable gaming industry. Portable Gaming & Entertainment is fully ad-supported and offered at no cost to the reader. Worldwide gamers and fans now receive their news instantly – and free – each month.
Subscriptions, including the premiere issue, are available for download beginning today by visiting portablegamingmag.com. The publication delivers the latest in gaming hardware and software news, previews and reviews straight to your desktop. In addition to traditional magazine features, Portable Gaming & Entertainment offers readers rich media. The first issue includes cover-to-cover features on the latest releases with articles and video clips on games like Burnout Legends, Donkey Kong, Bust-a-Move, SOCOM, Castlevania and Mario with full-color screen shots, platform specs, player allowances and release dates.
To celebrate its pioneering special-edition launch, Enoble Media is also giving away a free Game Boy® Micro, digital cameras including an Olympus Camedia C-70 Zoom and a ‘killer’ desktop gaming system valued at $1,750. To qualify, simply download the magazine and follow the registration details inside.
“For decades, Enoble Media Group has published the most progressive magazines in print. We’re excited to launch this revolutionary new digital-only, fully ad-supported publication, broadening access to all readers,” states Andrew Eisenberg, General Manager of Enoble Media. “We anticipate strong reader interest in the magazine’s new multimedia features, made possible only within its digital format. Live links, enhanced graphics and design, plus Flash animation, video and audio clips provide the best features in both print and online media.”
About Enoble Media Group
Enoble Media Group, based in Paramus, NJ, is a 40 year old national leader of urban, technical and woman’s magazines. The company currently publishes 13 magazines including Handheld Computing, Digital Camera, BlackMen, SSX, Today’s Black Woman, Hit Parader and Word Up.