Journal Communications and the National FFA Organization Unveil Mobile App

Franklin, Tenn. –– Journal Communications and the National FFA Organization announce the launch of an FFA New Horizons magazine mobile app for Apple, Android and Kindle Fire devices. The app is free and available in the iTunes store, Google Play store and Amazon marketplace.

FFA New Horizons magazine is the member publication for the National FFA Organization. The magazine is published by Journal Communications and delivered quarterly to more than 500,000 student members, agriculture educators and FFA alumni.

The app features content from the FFA New Horizons magazine, including stories about FFA members’ achievements, agriculture facts, information about careers in agriculture, and issues facing the agriculture industry and community.

Additional features include a mobile-friendly design with vertical scrolling for readability, pop-up captions and info boxes containing additional information, live links throughout, embedded video within advertisements and photo slideshows. The app will be updated quarterly with new content.

“A mobile version of the magazine is a logical choice for the publication’s audience, which is mostly 15-21 year olds and very technologically savvy,” says FFA New Horizons magazine editor Kim Holmberg. “The app presents the content that’s important to them in a fun and interactive format that’s also accessible at all times on their smartphones or tablets. And since the app is free for anyone to download, it also allows us to share the magazine’s content with FFA alumni, supporters and those interested in learning more about the organization.”

Visit ffanewhorizons.org/digital-magazine for more information about FFA New Horizons magazine and ffa.org for more information about the National FFA Organization.

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