Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

To Our Readers: The Tuscaloosa News to Launch Digital Subscriptions

Newspaper article The Tuscaloosa News

To Our Readers: The Tuscaloosa News to Launch Digital Subscriptions

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Change is coming to the way you access news and information through the digital offerings of The Tuscaloosa News.

Beginning Monday, The Tuscaloosa News will move to a new digital business model. If you're already a subscriber to the newspaper, your subscription will automatically be upgraded. You'll be asked to sign in once and will immediately gain unlimited access to the paper's primary website, at home and work. The same is true even if you only subscribe on the weekends.

You also will be given access to a more robust digital offering, which will include our new E-edition, an electronic replica of the daily newspaper, and our mobile platforms.

If you're not a subscriber, you'll still be able to view five articles every 30 days. After that, you'll be asked to subscribe online. Once you sign up, you'll be given unlimited access to the website and our mobile apps. And if you live in our delivery area, you'll be given the option of receiving weekend delivery of the printed paper at no additional charge.

For more than a century, The Tuscaloosa News has been a valued and respected source of news and information about our community. In 1957, Buford Boone was recognized with journalism's highest honor, the Pulitzer Prize. Boone was honored for editorials that recognized the world was changing and it was best to embrace change rather than try to thwart it.

Of course, today, we're much more than solely a printed newspaper and the world continues to change. Technology is rapidly changing the way we interact and do business. This evolution is nowhere more apparent than in the newspaper business. The Tuscaloosa News has made significant strides and investments to keep pace with the changing landscape, while remaining unwaveringly committed to its mission of service to the community. In 2012, The Tuscaloosa News earned its second Pulitzer Prize, for breaking news reporting, largely because of its use of digital media in covering the tragic tornadoes of April 27, 2011, and the aftermath.

An even greater testament to the paper's success and innovation is that you, our readers, have made our locally produced websites the most visited and trusted in Tuscaloosa. …

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