Launches Caribbean Getaways Interactive Travel Magazine Featuring the Flavors and Sites of Puerto Rico

Share Article an online portal for digital and interactive magazines announced the release of a new publication: Caribbean Getaways – Puerto Rico Edition. The first issue features Puerto Rico as not only a travel destination, but also a destination for foodies.

This premier issue features information on the Saborea Puerto Rico - a Culinary Extravaganza an annual food festival that runs from April 9 – 12 which features famous chefs and culinary personalities from popular television and Internet cooking shows.

The key features of this new digital magazine format is that it not only provides reading content and images, but also audio content, and interactive video content.

This means that viewers can click on the video, or even elements within a video, to get more information about the things that interest them most . No mandatory advertisements: the viewer decides if they want more information. You can try it at

Publisher, Rossy Masses describes her new publication as:

An online video magazine focused on promoting the more than 30 islands that make up the West Indies and adjacent coast.

Caribbean Getaways becomes part of several titles under A-List Publications, a California based video magazine publisher, that also includes audio interviews and a proprietary marketing technology, allowing viewers to click on a subject of interest on the video, and be sent directly to a contributor’s website.

The combination of this digital format with innovative technology, along with articles that will interest vacationers, foodies make for a powerful combination. Future issues promise to address topics of interest to the Caribbean including financial, medical, R&D, technology, and environmental matters.

Publishing, as an industry, has taken a large financial hit since the advent of the Internet, and this interactive format is one way to promote interesting, quality content, while allowing readers to be collaborate with advertisers by expressing interest and sharing information on products, services and features they find in the magazine.

A-List CEO, Gene Berman points out: “According to AdWeek, 94% of all commercials shown prior to videos (pre-roll video) are skipped as soon as the 5 second mandatory window is over. Our concept of integrating product messages with content and letting the viewer interact according to their desires, is a much more viable formula for the 21st Century.”

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