MIT Technology Review Announces Insider: A New Digital Subscription Plan With Exclusive Features and Content
Now, Insider subscribers get exclusive original research and breakthroughs from technology institutions around the world, including videos, interviews, and features. Depending on the level of service they select, Insiders get exclusive event discounts, gifts, special publications (like the annual science fiction edition and special collections), free access to all Business Reports, and more. Plus, the best tech stories–from MIT and other leading universities—are conveniently curated in a single location.
“We created Insider with the help of feedback and input from our subscribers and readers,” said Bruce Rhodes, MIT Technology Review’s VP of Marketing. “Insider gives our subscribers a richer and more engaging way to interact with MIT Technology Review across multiple media platforms. Subscribers get much more than words on a screen or page.”
Current subscribers to the print and digital editions of the magazine are already MIT Technology Review Insiders. They simply need to activate their account at www.technologyreview.com/getinsider/activate.
To learn more about MIT Technology Review Insider, visit www.technologyreview.com/getinsider.
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