Notice to our readers: TV schedules, free access, July 4 edition | Local News
As a news organization that prides itself on staying on top of trends, we at the Daily Journal have observed major shifts in the television industry and changing viewing habits, paying particular attention to their effect on our subscribers.
It’s clear that the limited number of daily newspaper ads we currently offer no longer provide the breadth and depth of television news our readers deserve. So, starting today, we’ve replaced daily listings with recommendations from accredited TV editors. You can find these recommendations from the Tuesday daily newspaper on page A8, and they will also be included in the printed edition of each day in the future.
And for our subscribers who prefer to use grids, we would like to draw your attention to TV Weekly. TV Weekly provides detailed daily TV schedules as well as sections dedicated to movies and sports. Additionally, the 48-page magazine includes articles and columns from its sister publication – TV Guide Magazine – an arbiter of quality television programming since 1953.
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For more information on how to order TV Weekly and have it delivered to your home, please see the contact information on page A8 of Tuesday’s Daily Journal.
As we announced earlier this week, in the spirit of celebrating freedom and independence, we are offering unlimited access to dailyjournalonline.com until July 4th to all members of our community. First State Community Bank provides this unlimited access as an investment in journalism that makes a difference in our market.
With a great partner like First State Community Bank, we can provide you and your families with unlimited access to stay up to date with all the events, news and information you need while you plan and come together for the 4th of July holiday (be sure to check back on Friday’s edition for the roundup of community Independence Day celebrations). Take the weekend to explore everything the website has to offer, including breaking news, event schedules, recipes, photo galleries, videos and more.
Thanks to First State Community Bank for making this access possible for our readers.
To celebrate with our family and friends, there will be no publication and our offices will be closed on Monday, as will those of our sister newspapers The Farmington Press and Democrat News. We wish you a happy and safe 4th of July.