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Complete digital archive of HALI launched

Textiles and rug magazine HALI, yesterday announced the launch of the complete digitised 38 year archive of the quarterly publication.

Author: News Desk

Posted on: 07 January 2016 08:34

Complete digital archive of HALI launched

David Young: "We are sure that all our subscribers, new and old, will treasure this resource."

HALI is a global leader in coverage of the international rug and textile market. It provides scholarly features, reviews of exhibitions and books, as well as up to date market sections detailing dealers’ shows worldwide and price guides in each issue.

Every single edition of the 186 issue back file is, for the first time, instantly available from cover to cover, exclusively on the Exact Editions’ platforms, the HALI iOS app and the Exactly Android app. Over 30,000 pages and counting of content regarding carpets and textiles is now available at a touch to any subscriber.

The comprehensive archive is available to any existing subscriber for free as part of their existing subscription. Subscriptions can be bought by individuals, as well as libraries, universities and businesses around the world as an institutional subscription, featuring IP authenticated web and app access.

Exact Editions’ Managing Directer Daryl Rayner said about the archive launch: “The archive of HALI is a wonderful in-depth resource for individuals and institutions alike, which will prove invaluable to subscribers. The high quality content and images in the magazine make it ideal for the Exact Editions platform and it reproduces excellently on the iPad.”

David Young, Head of Sales & Marketing at HALI said: “At HALI we are delighted to be able to offer the complete archive to our subscribers. It is refreshing to be able to explore the magazine archive in such an easily accessible manner and we are sure that all our subscribers, new and old, will treasure this resource whether from an academic, business or creative perspective.”

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