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The Collaborative International Dictionary of English v.0.48:

zine \zine\, 'zine \'zine\(z[=e]n), n. [shortened from magazine.] A publication similar to a magazine[4] but in electronic rather than printed form, maintained as data files on a computer and accessible via the world wide web; sometimes called e-zine ("e" standing for electronic, as in e-mail. [PJC]
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing (18 March 2015):

electronic magazine e-zine (e-zine) A regular publication on some particular topic distributed in digital form, chiefly now via the web but also by electronic mail or floppy disk. E-zines are often distributed for free by enthusiasts. (1996-08-04)