From the press release:
EReaders and tablets have been making headlines over the last few weeks, culminating in the recent media frenzy over Apple’s iPad. While some publishers spend hundreds of thousands of dollars to develop ‘native’ applications for a limited number of devices, NewspaperDirect Inc., the world leader in multi-channel newspaper and magazine content distribution, makes it possible for their publishers to deliver their newspapers or magazines via every imaginable channel—from newsprint to desktops and laptops, to phones, eReaders and tablets, including the iPad—and at no cost to them.
In the last three months, NewspaperDirect has doubled the number of devices it supports, making it possible for its PressDisplay.com subscribers to read a rapidly growing selection of publications on their ‘screen’ of choice. The two latest additions—Barnes and Noble’s Nook and the Neolux Nuut—bring the total to 13: Aluratek Libre; Apple iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch; B&N Nook; BlackBerry; enTourage eDGe; Interead COOL-ER; IREX 800SG and DR1000; Kindle2 and KindleDX; NUUT2 and NUUT3; and Sony Reader.