Nylon magazine is partnering with MySpace to release a free digital version of its June-July music issue, the first step of its plan to offer digital issues for 99 cents, and annual digital subscriptions for $4.95.
According to reports, “The digital issue…will be available for downloading at the magazine's Web site Wednesday (and) will be identical to the print version, which will not reach newsstands until May 31.”
Both the digital and print versions of the magazine will refer readers to MySpace profiles of bands and artists.
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