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PressReader signs agreement with JetBlue

Vancouver-based media aggregation company PressReader has signed an agreement with New-York-based airline JetBlue. Through this agreement, passengers on JetBlue flights will receive 24 hours of access to PressReader’s catalog of digital newspapers and magazines. These include the Los Angeles Times, Newsweek, New York Magazine, Variety and Rolling Stone, among others. The publications will be available through the airline’s onboard wireless Internet service.

“We are so excited to be partnering with PressReader, the best all-you-can-read digital newsstand, to bring thousands of free newspapers and magazines to our 42 million annual customers,” said Andrew Litavis, manager of product development at JetBlue. “Our partnership with PressReader brings us one step closer to fulfilling our vision of delivering a multi-screen experience onboard, the idea that you can connect an unlimited number of personal devices to Fly-Fi and use them simultaneously with our fleetwide seatback entertainment.”

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