Meaning of e-zine in English:


Pronunciation /ˈiːziːn/

Translate e-zine into Spanish


  • A magazine only published in electronic form on a computer network.

    ‘This article was first published in Issue 47 of Linux Gazette, an on-line e-zine published by Linux Journal.’
    • ‘Subscribe to these wonderful publications for a wealth of quality information to assist you in all aspects of publishing your e-zine.’
    • ‘Third, you can be very proactive and write articles on your subject matter and send them off to magazines or e-zines.’
    • ‘In addition to the written texts, tables, charts, and images traditionally used in printed magazines, e-zines expand offerings to audio, animation, video clips, and other modes of presentation.’
    • ‘E-books, e-zines, web sites, newspapers and magazines will all stimulate your mind.’
    • ‘People will visit your web site to read past issues of your e-zine that they've missed.’
    • ‘There are thousands of media portals on the Web: newspapers, periodicals, academic journals, e-zines, book reviews and more.’