Content Magazine looking to improve print offering

Content Magazine

Since they started, Content Magazine has been one of the most visually appealing of San Jose’s hyper-local sites, and carried stories on themes ranging from “dirt” to “space”. After about 2 years online as an e-zine with a print-on-demand option, Content is now working on improvements to their print offering, and they’re looking for help through a Kickstarter campaign. Content needs about $5000 dollars to print a run of magazines in a 9×12 uncoated matte format — which magazine founder Daniel Garcia says will reduce the price per copy and improve the paper and print quality.

Donors offering $15 (less than the cost of the current print-on-demand version) will get a print copy of issue 4.0 of Content, along with other perks at higher donation levels. Content 4.0 will focus on “Tech”, including local tech companies, a tech forecast, and even some “tech music”.

As I’m writing this, they’ve gotten pledges reaching just over half of their goal, with 21 days left in the Kickstarter campaign. If you’re interested in helping Content become as well-produced in print as it has been online, you can contribute at the Kickstarter site.

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