Launching next week, the website will offer readers of the magazine extra video material and a greater range of interactivity through features aiding the ability rate content and post comments.
The new Monkey site will also be enabled by a new video player, developed by Kewego.
"We want the website to really add value to the reader's Monkey experience, hosting fresh content and providing a way for readers to share their own comments, and ratings," said Richard Downey, publisher.
"Monkey is all about interaction and this site is a really important part of that. It will be an extension to the weekly magazine, keeping the conversation going with our readers between each issue."
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