Video magazine

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For the magazine entitled Video, see Video (magazine). Video magazine_sentence_0

Video magazines are a series of online videos that follow the print magazine format in which the reader/viewer consumes an issue on a periodic basis. Video magazine_sentence_1

Video magazines differ from traditional online magazine or ezine because they are delivered in a video format and are consumed through viewing online rather than reading online material. Video magazine_sentence_2

History Video magazine_section_0

The concept of the video magazine began in the 1980s with low-budget titles such as Flipside Video Fanzine, an adjoining video supplement to the punk fanzine Flipside. Video magazine_sentence_3

By the beginning of the 1990s, the concept had fully cohered and a number of titles were produced by major media organizations in both the United States and Britain. Video magazine_sentence_4

Notable productions were Slammin' Rap Video Magazine published by BMG in 1990, and the video game-orientated Click Video Magazine, produced and released in 1991. Video magazine_sentence_5

A number of print magazines have mirrored their content on digital video platforms in recent years, and have produced online-only video content in addition to this. Video magazine_sentence_6

One example is WIRED's Autocomplete Interviews. Video magazine_sentence_7

Different formats Video magazine_section_1

Pure video magazines Video magazine_section_2

These magazines exist purely in video format and only online, without a print counterpart to support it. Video magazine_sentence_8

The first magazine to launch in this format was "The I Love Comedy Video Magazine", which is currently published through YouTube, launching in July 2016. . Video magazine_sentence_9

This was followed with the launch of music lifestyle magazine , in March 2017. Video magazine_sentence_10

Augmented reality video magazines Video magazine_section_3

Augmented reality video magazines have a print counterpart to support it. Video magazine_sentence_11

Using apps such as layar and that blends the offline with the online. Video magazine_sentence_12

The first example of this was GUAP magazine which started life a crowd funding project. Video magazine_sentence_13

The magazines uses an app called Layar to make their content interactive, linking to video content elsewhere. Video magazine_sentence_14

The Exposed is similar to GUAP but instead of using a third party app to link to its video content, The Exposed has its own native app under the same name. Video magazine_sentence_15

This app blends the offline with the online. Video magazine_sentence_16

See also Video magazine_section_4

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