For an electronic display, there seems little point in having more than one page, since the content can always be changed. I think I'd prefer a tabbed display; that would offer the option of reading straight through, or turning to a particular page immediately. Non-linear navigation's especially relevant to a newspaper.
Just don't waste effort and processor cycles making shuffling noises! Leafing through a "magazine" display that can only be negotiated sequentially, slowly, to the artificial sound of pages turning is madding, both directly and as an illustration of how to expend resources to render an interface unusable.
Here's an example: an archtect could overlay on top of a blueprint of a lot, then display differenet house designs and layouts--with the room, doors, windows and everything displayed with brightly colored lines, circles, whatever. Also the military has all sorts of uses for them to display tactical informaiton--from the war room to the visors of solders.