BigWorldNetwork.com Launches New Site & Paid Subscriptions with Winter Season
BigWorldNetwork.com has launched a brand new website as well as paid subscriptions for full content access with their Winter Season.
February 9, 2013 - www.bigworldnetwork.com – BigWorldNetwork.com today announced the launch of their new website, including a sleeker design for easier navigation and a paid subscription option for access to full site content. For just $3 a month subscribers get unlimited access to over 700 episodes from more than 40 series of every genre and interest. The written and audio versions of the first three episodes of each series are available for FREE so that new users can find series of interest before they subscribe.
“This year we plan to make good on our promise to be the network that will change the way you enjoy literature, and our brand new site is the first step toward realizing that,” said CTO and Creative Director, Mario Hernandez. “The new site is finally true to our vision of what BWN is about—providing quality literature in both written and audio form in a unique and convenient way for our readers to enjoy, and offering our writers, editors, and narrators an exciting new venue for their talents.”
Today also marks the launch of BWN’s Winter Season of serialized fiction and nonfiction eSeries, also available in audio with weekly episodes. This season expands on previous series for a full and varied lineup. Titles for the Winter Season include non-fiction historical hit WWII London Blitz Diary, comedy/mystery series Babes in Spyland, and the supernatural romance Thralldom, along with several other exciting series of various genre and rating.
BigWorldNetwork.com is accepting submissions for their next Mid-Season premiere in March, deadline February 11th, and has an open submission for Miniseries and Holiday Specials.
About BigWorldNetwork.com, LLC
BigWorldNetwork.com is a unique publishing website created to offer a distinct and entertaining way to read and enjoy both fiction and nonfiction in an episodic format, not unlike a television series. Series episodes are also available in audio and as email subscriptions with a paid account.