Posted tagged ‘e-edition’

Cuba Free Press/Steelville Star – new website

December 7, 2007

• Cuba — Three Rivers Publishing Co., publisher of the Cuba Free Press and the Steelville Star/Crawford Mirror, has a new website:
Free Press editor Chris Case said the website may contain more content than is printed in the newspapers, and it will be updated frequently.
Publisher Rob Viehman said, “This website is going to truly turn us into a daily newspaper.”
Staffers will be able to update the website from remote locations. The site will be able to offer video.
A web developer in Steelville helped Three Rivers Publishing design and launch the new site, Viehman said.


Nevada Daily Mail offers new e-edition

December 7, 2007

• Nevada — The Nevada Daily Mail now offers an e-edition replica of the printed newspaper. A free trial period for the e-edition recently ended.
Subscribers to the Daily Mail still get free access to the e-edition; non-subscribers to the printed newspaper can sign up to read the e-edition for a fee.
The e-edition is produced and administered with Technavia technology.

Versailles Leader Statesman – online newspaper

October 7, 2007

• Versailles — The Leader-Statesman and other papers of Vernon Publishing Inc. have partnered with a company called Courier to create their online newspapers. Papers will be posted each week, and subscribers will be able to download and read every page exactly as they appear in print.
Vernon Publishing Co. publishes newspapers in Versailles, Eldon, Tuscumbia, Stover, Laurie and Tipton.
October 2007

Salem News – redesign, price hike

October 7, 2007

• Salem — The Salem News is redesigning its weekly publication and its shopper, the name of which has been changed from The Extra to Dent County Life.
The front page of The News, now in color, has a column of local briefs and weather on the left. Page two contains a reference guide to the newspaper to help readers find services and contact information. Other pages have been redesigned in a process that continues,
publisher Donald Dodd told his readers.
The News publishes on Tuesday and Thursday. Its single-copy price has been raised from 53¢ to 60¢. Subscription prices were not changed.
October 2007