Yes, you should be able to. Without knowing what image and what kind of magazine it is hard to say though.
Here is a link to the license information: http://wwwimages.adobe.com/content/dam/Adobe/en/legal/servicetou/Adobe_Stock_Terms_en_US-2 0150313_hpc.pdf
Thanks for getting back. It's a children's magazine and the image is a cartoon doodle of some monster characters.
The magazine feature information for children from facts to stories and so on. It will be in digital format only. No print version of the magazine.
Is the distribution over 500,000 copies? I'd probably include an image credit inside the magazine as well..
Would 500,000 downloads count as distribution? I assumed that somehow meant print.
To be honest I'd be happy to reach that many downloads but it will be our first issue.
This is why I wanted to make sure it was okay so really appreciate the help.
I believe it's 500,000 printed and electronic copies as well.
Not sure if 500,000 downloads will count as electronic but it just might.
I noticed the same image is on the fotolia website. I just might get an extended license there to be safe.