Magazines on the Internet Such issues are commonly based on the published ions on paper. The technology makes these magazines may have more attractive designs and multiple functions that help to have more interaction with readers. It is one of the technology developed by and is part of a new journalism. One of the deans journals on the Web is The Polar Garland (1996 to date), which incidentally, in discussion with the group of Urgent Spanish, the news agency EFE, coined the term “redvista” for publications of this kind on the Internet. In 2002, the publishing group Hachette Filipacchi began with the digitization of its journals. Tendency to be joined by other major publishing groups, as RBA Revistas, G J, Grupo Zeta and popular HOLA!.As he grew older internet penetration in Spain, according to General Media Study, publishers saw the chance to monetize their audience through the inclusion of Internet advertising and e-commerce partnerships.