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The Saturday Evening Post Launches iOS App Powered by YUDU

Iconic magazine now available in the Apple iTunes Store along with the
U.S. Kids family of magazines: Turtle, Humpty Dumpty, and Jack & Jill

May 30, 2013 – LONDON – The Saturday Evening Post, a trusted voice of American culture for over 300 years, is now available on an iOS app powered by YUDU Media, a pioneer in multi-platform publishing. The Saturday Evening Post and U.S. Kids family of magazines can now be downloaded from the Apple iTunes Store.

“We are thrilled to make The Saturday Evening Post available for mobile readers,” said Richard Stephenson, CEO of YUDU. “This is a magazine that played a distinguished role in American culture and politics and today continues to serve the American public with quality reporting on art, literature, health, humor, and politics. They are also in the unique position to cover contemporary events with an unique historical perspective. We are honored to serve as the magazine’s digital publishing platform.

The YUDU platform will empower The Saturday Evening Post to self-publish media-rich content without expensive IT infrastructure and expertise. The new app will feature bonus content and enhanced features, including hot links, audio highlights, easy browsing, personalization settings, multiple viewing options, search and zoom tools, and more. The magazine specifically chose YUDU for the ability to add videos and interactivity.  

“YUDU’s record speaks for itself, and The Saturday Evening Post is pleased to be partnering with a leader in the industry,” said Editorial Director Steven Slon. “YUDU will place the iconic Saturday Evening Post in front of iTunes’ engaged audience, and we look forward to introducing our premium product to new markets and growing our digital subscriptions.”

To learn more about The Saturday Evening Post app, visit

To learn more about digital publishing with YUDU, visit

About The Saturday Evening Post
First published in 1728 as Benjamin Franklin’s Pennsylvania Gazette, the publication became known as the The Saturday Evening Post in 1821. In the early twentieth century, the magazine became the first ever to reach 1,000,000 copies sold. Today, The Post and its sister publications for kids—Turtle, Humpty Dumpty, and Jack & Jill—are published by the Saturday Evening Post Society, Inc., a 501 (c)(3) nonprofit charitable organizations.

About YUDU Media
YUDU is a digital publishing support service provider, offering the YUDU Cloud Publishing Platform, which enables digital publishing for iOS, Android, Windows and Web. YUDU is a trademark of YUDU Media Corp. in the United States and other countries. All other trademarks contained herein are the property of their respective owners.

Monday, June 3, 2013