Coronavirus emergency: free digital copies of Condé Nast Italia newspapers for three months
Condé Nast Italia, to be closer to readers and users in a difficult moment for everyone, makes available three months of free digital copies of the group’s publications.
Following the initiative of Vanity Fair – on newsstands from Wednesday 11 March, with a special issue dedicated to Milan and Italy, distributed free of charge in newsstands in Lombardy, but also throughout the country, thanks to its digital copy – the publishing house, directed by Fedele Usai, extends the free digital distribution initiative, for the next three months, to other newspapers too.
Starting from March 13th, through the relative Apps, and following the instructions on the respective sites, it will be possible to browse for free also Vogue, GQ, Wired, TO, The Italian kitchen is Traveler. Furthermore, The Italian Cuisine School offers a free pass three months for his digital courses.
“At a time like this, where national health is the priority, our mission continues to be to inform, entertain and do it in the right way. Ours wants to be a small signal to try to give something back to the community. It is important that each of us do our part “ so Fedele Usai, CEO of Condé Nast Italia.