The HP and Condé Nast On-Demand Content program is an interesting initiative that hopes to boost both magazine and HP sales across the board. It offers magazine subscribers to such publications as Allure, Details, Epicurious, Golf Digest and Wired to print their magazines at home. While tech companies continue to herald in a new era of digital devices and content, HP and Condé Nast seem set on trying to find a balance between the past and the future.
Through the HP and Condé Nast On-Demand Content program, these two conglomerates hope to increase sales while decreasing production costs. This program will accompany HP Instant Ink program that offers ink subscriptions at a low cost of $5.99 to $10.99 per month. A trial basis will commence this fall.
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