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10 sites for creating digital newspapers

I came across an interesting list on one of the blogs I follow. They found 10 sites that will help you create and or distribute a digital newspaper.  (It’s worth noting that I’m using a pretty broad definition of newspaper here.)

  1. Issuu – One of the most popular and successful online digital magazine creators/publishers around, with a very nice user interface.
  2. Yudu – Upload a document or PDF to create an online magazine that can be emailed our or embedded into a site.
  3. Openzine – Very user friendly site with an abundance of templates and layouts to create a professional-looking magazine and share online.
  4. NewsCred – Create a terrific looking online newspaper in 5 minutes, similar to Openzine.
  5. Scribd – A very popular Web 2.0 site for creating online content and publishing.
  6. Fodey – A fun site to create a newspaper and then download to print out or put on a blog or site.
  7. Zinepal – A great way to bring the news to students by "clipping" online articles. This is a wonderful site for those making the move to ebook readers.
  8. Paper.li – A fantastic site to turn Twitter into an online readable magazine.
  9. Crayon – Create a professional-looking newspaper with this nice online creator. There are several options to choose from, so it has a bit of a higher learning curve.
  10. Mygazines

via TechLearning

P.S. Can anyone add to the list? I’d like to see how long it can get.

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Comments


Jose 13 September, 2010 um 5:02 pm

This post is really good, however you guys missed some of the biggest providers of this kind of technology, like http://www.mygazines.com.

If you could add it, that would be great. They offer dedicated solutions for newspapers.

Thanks! 🙂


RonON 31 December, 2011 um 7:19 am

Also missed the www.pressmo.com which is quite good, reliable and you can not just make digital magazines and also online ebooks with txt copy protection.


Lukas 16 January, 2012 um 4:26 am

Here is video tutorial about creating digital newspapers – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HwV4qXbqauk


maggie 27 July, 2012 um 4:16 am

there are some other free
Codebox: http://www.codebox.com
Issue: http://www.issue.com,
Flipsnack: http://www.flipsnack.com,
Free Flash Page Flip: http://www.flashpageflip.com/FreeFPF.asp
However, for making more professional flipping books, some economical application is recommended, like XFlip http://www.xflip.com/


Cyber Developer BD 27 March, 2013 um 6:07 pm

I want to make http://www.ejugantor.com/ this type of enews paper. How can I do this?
Like: When I click a news, it’s show popup and bigger. And again click then close. Have any tools or tips for this type of news paper?

ritu 17 November, 2017 um 2:25 pm

I am looking for the same kind of newspaper website.Have you got the solution?


Catherine Fraher 5 May, 2013 um 8:40 am

I have used http://www.newspaperclub.co.uk You can make a newspaper really easily with their online tool and then print it as a proper newspaper really cheaply.


Imtiaz Hami 27 August, 2013 um 3:17 am

Nice post and I have often used Newscred. The best part of it is its so simple to use. Your news not only have to be rich but also very presentable with proper breaks.

I have also used www.bulletlink.com and found that it too was good. I wish they come up with a free version as well. Allthesame, good one.

Cheers.


David 2 April, 2014 um 11:05 pm

The site glogster.com is also a great site if one just needs to make a poster. With a little creativity and effort, one can make a front page of a newspaper with it. Can add on animations, pictures, and text. Also can look at other people’s creations and "borrow" their ideas.


Melissa Oribhabor Reeves 16 October, 2014 um 2:56 pm

Newz Group has a high quality, low-cost E-Edition service for one low, flat monthly rate. There are no per-page fees. It comes with a pay wall, can be shared on social media, and Newz Group offers IP address monitoring, subscription management, new edition email notification and more. You can find more information at www.newzgroup.com/eeditions.php


Abby Knight 2 March, 2015 um 2:31 am

Just came across this website while looking for a new online Newspaper/Magazine WordPress Theme:
Looks good and it does appear easy to use.


Pash68 20 July, 2015 um 11:32 am

let’s take http://zealpulse.com/, as it hasn’t been listed


charlotte 20 August, 2015 um 12:03 pm

I am looking for a template that includes a mobile version and an app in addition to the website – I can pay some, just not $100 plus per month until we launch. Suggestions?


Paul 23 September, 2015 um 2:06 pm

http://www.pugpig.com is worth a look. Its run by the former CTO of News International.


Eric 2 March, 2016 um 6:11 pm

You might want to remove or put up a warning about: http://guzzle.it/. I showed your list to my high school kids to make a news paper. It is a fetish site now. So not good.

Nate Hoffelder 2 March, 2016 um 7:44 pm

Whoops. Thanks for the warning.


Ashley 8 April, 2017 um 3:26 pm

Hey guys you should give bulletlink.com a try. I’ve been using it for 3 years now and they just came out with free mobile apps for my newspaper. Just loved it!!


RAVINDAR 17 November, 2017 um 4:57 am

i want to make news paper uploadig.how can i do this.how to create news paper uploadig app


Dan Wilcox 11 October, 2018 um 6:39 pm

Lions Light (www.lionslight.com) will set up a very full featured newspaper website for $0 in setup fees. You get features like; Classifieds, business directory, a metered and non-metered paywall that work together, slideshows, videos in stories and slideshows, the ability to sync your online subscriber database with Interlink or whatever subs database you use (so you don’t have to keep the 2 databases in sync manually), a store, rotating ad feature, shopping cart, RSS feed, sitemap for stories/classifieds/directory, a backup feature, hosting on Amazon servers, etc. It’s VERY comprehensive, thus not free, but a very good and extremely affordable solution for newspapers, magazines, and online-only pubs.


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