NSC takes digital step forward
New Steel Construction will increase its frequency of publication to ten issues a year and will become a digital-only publication from next month, following the trend that is sweeping the publishing world.
This issue of NSC will be the last printed issue, with the new digital version starting with the July/August issue, which will be primarily devoted to the Structural Steel Design Awards. From September the digital NSC will provide the same blend of industry news, project profiles, interviews with key industry figureheads and technical content such as the Advisory Desk Notes.
The move to digital will allow us to produce NSC ten times a year as against the previous six printed versions. The digital magazine can be viewed on desktops, laptops, iPads, other tablets and on smartphones.
The NSC website will be more frequently updated with industry news, and other digital services that will be attractive to readers are being considered.
BCSA Director General Sarah McCann-Bartlett said: “We are able to expand our services to the construction industry with this move to a digital NSC. The digital version will look the same and contain all the same sections, but will now be published more regularly and be more accessible to readers on the move via their mobile devices.
“The digital version of NSC is state of the art, with a lot of useful features that keeps us at the leading edge of publishing. Other construction titles like New Civil Engineer are going digital and we are in the forefront of that move.”
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