For a multitude of reasons, we made the decision to transition Revue magazine from print to digital, known as an Ezine (electronic magazine). Our gratitude to Print Studio for their many years of amazing quality and service.
We’ve been publishing Revue since March, 1992. Over these 26+ years hitting every print deadline, intensive distribution and re-distribution, plus the business side of Revue—we thought it would be a big shock to shift gears.
But that didn’t happen. Instead, we felt a surge of excitement because the current technology now allows us to greatly expand what we’ve always loved doing—highlighting the beauty and people of Guatemala, partnering with businesses to promote services, sharing information with readers about upcoming activities and offering interesting articles—using an interactive format.
Within this month’s issue you can easily connect to any link of interest, including The Antigua Guide featuring an interactive map locator and individual listings for all kinds of businesses/services and points of interest. For those who still love to hold the print version of La Antigua map in your hand, it will continue to be available. You can find them at major distribution points in La Antigua and the Guatemala City airport.
Thank you to Revue readers from near and far, your support and encouragement will continue to be so appreciated. And of course, Revue could not have thrived for so many years without advertisers who trusted us to promote their businesses via a strong circulation and added-value courtesies that have always been our cornerstone.
So away we go—it is our great pleasure to introduce you to REVUE the Ezine. In this issue we spotlight photography from our Photo Contest “Rivers & Lakes of Guatemala.”
John & Terry Kovick Biskovich