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“This is the first archive of its kind in Canada. It chronicles our coverage of every major issue in the past century: war, political upheaval, massive social change. You won’t find a better way to explore your country’s past, says current Maclean’s editor-in-chief Mark Stevenson, and better understand its present.
The Maclean’s Historical Digitization Project, made possible with support from the Ontario Media Development Corporation, came to life thanks to work by Bondi, a digital publishing company that created a searchable database of all our past issues. You can explore it by year, author, or subject. The archive is easy to navigate, whether you want to explore our extensive coverage of the Great War, or you’re looking for a specific story, such as Margaret Atwood’s 1974 profile of Margaret Laurence.”
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“The Penton title’s new 100-year digital archive—some half a million pages over 4,500 issues—is freely available to registrants on the Aviation Week website through year’s end, but is expected to become a vehicle for ongoing revenue generation as Penton subscription, ad, and content marketers find ways to leverage its power to educate, inform, and entertain.
Encouraged by rave reviews and heavy traffic to the product three months in, Aviation Week president Greg Hamilton tells Folio: that the Boeing-sponsored archive holds great promise for raising the publication’s profile and forging and cementing bonds with subscribers, advertisers, and the industry.”
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The archive content supports a multi-platform centennial celebration effort, providing content for an advertising-driven centennial site, a May anniversary issue, and special Aviation Week & Space Technology events. President of the Aviation Week Network Greg Hamilton anticipates that the archive will remain an invaluable resource for the magazine, engaging its audience with unique content on the history of aviation technology and attracting a younger and more global engineering audience. “It’s all about amazing content engaging our audience, which is elemental to our past, present and future business model,” says Hamilton.
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On January 6. 2016, nearly 500,000 pages of Aviation Week & Space Technology‘s articles, photographs and advertisements, which chronicle the first century of the aerospace and defense industry, became available using the Bondi Archive-as-a-Service technology platform.
“Aviation Week’s legendary scoops are all there,” said Editor-in-Chief Joe Anselmo. “But the archives also are a treasure trove on the history of our industry that readers can dive into and will have a hard time pulling themselves away from. The breadth of information on aircraft, spacecraft and technological leaps is breathtaking, and the old advertisements are quite revealing.”
Fully searchable in a single, living archive and available for desktop, laptop and smartphone devices, the Aviation Week archive is free to access throughout 2016, compliments of Aviation Week in partnership with Boeing