In the United States, the National Geographic Society publishes more than 70 percent of the magazine’s content.
But, the company says it will soon make a change to the way its stories are published.
The changes will include limiting the amount of text, images and graphics that can be shown in the magazine, and reducing the number of titles it offers for sale.
This year’s cover featured a dog, a fox, and a polar bear.
This is the first time the magazine will have to do so.
“The more people who read this magazine, the more it will have an impact,” says National Geographic editor and chief content officer Robert O’Brien.
“People are looking for it.
It’s like a magnet for them to go and buy it.”
O’Briens office will also be redesigning its website and Facebook page to include a visual guide to how to buy and read National Geographic.
It will be called National Geographic’s Digital Library, and it will be the largest online library of its kind.
This will be a transition from the previous model, which relied heavily on print ads and limited its content.
Now, O’Brains team will be working to make the content available to as many people as possible.
The new digital library will also include a section on the history of animals.
“It’s about making sure that it’s accessible to everyone,” says O’Brian, who is also the executive vice president of product and digital.
“We want people to know how important this is to our readership.”
OBrien said he is hopeful that the changes will help the magazine become more attractive to a broader audience.
“There’s a lot of folks out there that are looking to get more information and want to get it in a digital format that’s accessible and that’s affordable,” he says.
But National Geographic also wants to make sure its digital audience has a place in its culture.
“One of the most important things we want to do is make sure that our story is told in the most compelling way, and our story tells its own story,” he said.
The magazine is also creating a new podcast, which will feature interviews with some of its top scientists.
O’Neil also plans to launch a new video series called Animal Tales: The Discovery of Animal Evolution.
This series will be broadcast on National Geographic Kids, the channel for kids between 3 and 6 years old.
OBrien says the channel will be aimed at young people, and will feature short clips and short videos.
Oren Segal, the creator of the Animal Tales series, says the show will help kids learn about animals, as well as explore the world.
“These clips are a great way for kids to connect with the animals in the natural world and to see how evolution works,” he told ABC News.
“They’re a really powerful way to teach kids about evolution and evolution in the human world.”
The National Geographic Digital Library is set to be launched in February 2019.
Obrereas is planning to take a different approach with the magazine in the future.
He plans to keep the content in print.
But he also wants it to be available on the web.
“As long as it’s available to everyone, it’s a good place for people to start,” he explained.
Obras also wants National Geographic to make a significant investment in digital storytelling.
“What we really want to see is people starting to take that as an option,” he noted.
“When they do, it’ll be a very exciting time for us.”