The much anticipated magazine publisher consortium, which officially announced its intention to launch some sort of e-reader format earlier this month, now has a name.
Folio reports that the partnership between Condé Nast, Hearst, Meredith, News Corp. and Time Inc., led by Time’s John Squires, will be called Next Issue Media. But even with a name, the consortium has yet to divulge what its digital reader format will be, or offered up names for a yet-to-be-revealed e-reader device and digital storefront.
Regardless, we’re waiting to see what they come up with, when they decide to unveil it.
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