March 26 2013  |  Inflight Entertainment

DTI signs agreement with Condé Nast Mexico & Latin America

By Maryann Simson

From March 2013, airlines equipped with DTI’s in-flight digital eReader solution will be able to select and add popular Latin American magazine titles

DTI, leading provider of in-flight digital reading solutions, has signed an exclusive agreement with Condé Nast Mexico & Latin America for the digital versions of the most popular magazines in Latin America including Glamour, Vogue, GQ and AD.

From March 2013, airlines equipped with DTI’s in-flight digital eReader solution will be able to select and add these monthly magazines to their in-flight entertainment program. This agreement is part of a wider strategy for DTI to provide the most extensive catalog of regional and international digital publications to airlines and their passengers.

“We believe that digital reading solutions are a key component of the in-flight passenger experience,” explained Walé Adepoju, Executive Director of DTI. “As we push to make this product a standard feature on today’s IFE platforms, our strategy is to provide a strong content focus relevant to passengers around the world. We’re therefore delighted to partner with Condé Nast Mexico & Latin America on this exciting in-flight content opportunity.”

Eva Hughes, CEO of Condé Nast Mexico & Latin America said that her organization is “thrilled to offer added exposure of some of our most popular titles through the in-flight entertainment market.”

 

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