Readership & Circulation
Since 2003, S-press has continued to entertain and inform Australian teens, and in the process become the nation’s leading youth publication. It’s been an exciting ride – and it’s about to get a whole lot more exciting. The newest chapter in our evolution has arrived - the launch of the free S-press iPad app.
While still continuing to cover every aspect of teen life from news, sport, and education, to social events, entertainment and fashion, the S-press iPad app offers users the chance to interact with the magazine like never before. Readers will be able to comment on stories, view clips of featured artists and celebrities, check out what events, gigs, exhibits, plays etc are happening locally and also go into the running to pick up the many wonderful prize packs on offer each and every month. And that’s just for starters.
After downloading the free app users will be able to set up a personal library of current magazines and back issues and receive automatic reminders when new editions become available. As well, the app will include all of the essential guides made available by S-press each year – like the hugely popular Get Ready, as well as Dream Jobs, the College & TAFE and My Open Day guides, which are an invaluable resource for teens preparing for life after Year 12.
The S-press iPad app is a must-have for Australian teens. Students across the country will now be able to access their favourite publication at the click of a button and share in all the wonderful offerings and advantages that the magazine brings.
Our digital editions use the same page size as our print versions. The same artwork can be used, or new artwork can be provided at the same size.
Your artwork can include the following, however, must be provided separately, as all additional features are added in production.
JPG, PNG or PDF
MPEG4 or other QuickTime compatible formats
Embedded videos should be no larger than 1024x768. Our editions work on a number of platforms with differing screen sizes, meaning there is no optimal size for video, however a reader's download time should be a consideration.
Concerned young people are often ignored in the media? Well, don’t be.
S-press newspaper is Australia’s only publication dedicated to entertaining and informing secondary school students.
Over 90,000 copies of S-press are delivered each month to more than 3000 secondary schools, youth centres and teen hot spots right across the country.