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Conde Nast is Close to iPad Subscription Deal With Apple?

Conde Nast is reportedly close to signing an iPad subscription deal with Apple that will see eight of its magazines utilize in-app subscriptions, according to the New York Post.
The deal means Condé will actually beat rival Hearst in the iPad subscription derby. Hearst said yesterday it was going to start selling subscriptions and single copies of Esquire, O: the Oprah Magazine and Popular Mechanics via the iPad effective with the July issues, available sometime next month.
The NYP says Conde is expected to make the New Yorker available next week to capitalize on coverage of Osama bin Laden’s death. By the end of the month it should offer subscriptions of Wired, Golf Digest, Glamour, Vanity Fair, Self, Allure and GQ.
The deal will result in drastically slashed prices with single issues costing $1.99, down from $4.99, and annual subscriptions costing $19.99.
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