PressReader HotSpots open access to newspapers and magazines to readers worldwide
Vancouver, Canada December 3, 2014 Over 5,600 hotels, libraries, cafés and cruise lines are now sponsoring PressReader HotSpots in their locations, offering guests 3,500 newspapers and magazines.
To find the nearest PressReader HotSpot, please visit www.pressreader.com/hotspot/map.
PressReader carries thousands of prominent newspapers such as: The Washington Post, USA Today, The Guardian, Le Monde and The Globe and Mail. It also includes a thousand popular magazines: Vogue, Cosmopolitan, GQ, Elle, Martha Stewart Living and T3.
PressReader innovative solution has quickly become the travel industry standard. Leading hotel chains are now offering PressReader HotSpots as a standard amenity, these include: Shangri-La Hotels, Trump Hotels, Sofitel, InterContinental Hotels, Hotel Jen, Pullman, Novotel, Mercure and Ibis.
PressReader HotSpots have grown astronomically since the solution launched a year ago, said Alex Gruntsev, PressReaders Chief Innovation Officer. We pioneered an all-you-can-read paid content distribution model, similar to Netflix, and now it includes thousands of partners that sponsor access. We were the first to launch this approach for newspapers and magazines, and now we’re taking it to the next level with the new PressReader HotSpot Map.
PressReader HotSpots combine the innovative mobile app with the elegant presentation of PressReader online at PressReader.com. Businesses can easily designate their local Wi-Fi enabled area as a PressReader HotSpot.
Some of the first PressReader HotSpots were Virgin Australia airport lounges, the New York Public Library and the San Francisco Public Library.