What’s New with Nevada Magazine
Welcome to the new Nevada Magazine website!
It is with great excitement we unveil our new website and first-ever digital version of our venerable magazine. For 83 years, our print magazine has been the go-to source for all Nevada lovers, and now we’re proud to offer our readers the chance to view the full magazine online. Whether you live outside the U.S., or prefer to have your magazine at your digital fingertips on your cellphone, iPad, Kindle, laptop, or other electronic device, you’re in luck.
In addition to our digital magazine, our new website also features a growing archive of all our magazine content. Currently, our digital archive includes all our magazines from 2013 to today, but also, all issues from 1936-1952 are now digitally available. This is the first time these historic issues have been available in this format, and we could not be more excited to share them with you. Eventually, our entire archive of magazines will be available to our digital subscribers. This is an unparalleled opportunity to truly be a part of the magazine’s history, not to mention the state’s history.
Starting March 1, our current print subscribers will receive a free 30-day digital subscription. Click the login button above, and use the renewal code located on the mailing label of your magazine. You’ll see content available only to our digital audience, plus have the convenience of viewing the magazine anytime you like, from any device. This free digitial subscription offer ends on April 1. If you’d like to continue having digital access, please contact our subscription manager via email (email@example.com) or call 775-687-0610. For print subscribers, digital access is $5 for the length of your print subscription.
Digital-only subscriptions are $9.95 a year. Visit our subscribe page to learn more.
As with any website launch, there will inevitably be some bumps along the way, and we encourage everyone to give us feedback. You can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your comments, criticisms, and suggestions.
We hope you like the new look of NevadaMagazine.com!