By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at China Weekly News -- Twenty three major Japanese publishers, including Shueisha Inc. and Hearst Fujingaho Co., Ltd., joined hands with advertising agency Dentsu Inc. and content distributor Fujisan Magazine Service Co., Ltd. in fully launching the online distribution of Japanese magazine content in Chinese-speaking areas in late May. The distribution service is provided through Kono Digital Inc., which provides all-you-can-read e-magazine subscription services mainly in Taiwan.
The 23 companies distribute their magazine content through "Nihon Zasshi-kan," a Japanese magazine section established in Kono's application to draw attention to Japanese magazines. Traditional Chinese characters are used in some of the magazines while other magazine content is provided in Japanese.
These companies are determined to continue promoting Japanese magazines overseas, mainly in Asia, as part of a "project of having magazines travel around the world."
Keywords for this news article include: Asia, Shueisha Inc, Hearst Fujingaho Co. Ltd., Fujisan Magazine Service Co. Ltd..
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