Thursday, September 21, 2023

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What’s it like to be an email subscriber?

It’s wonderful. It means you receive one email from The Lansing Journal each morning with 2–5 headlines (sometimes more if there’s a pandemic going on). Scan the headlines to see what you’re interested in. Clicking a headline opens up the story on your phone or computer. Read as much as you want, and then return to the email to click on the next headline that interests you. If nothing interests you that day, just delete the email.

How much does it cost?

$0.00. Nada. Nothing. It’s free.

I like a real newspaper. Why can’t I just read the print edition each month?

You can, but you’ll be missing a lot of news. In April, for example, we had to reduce our page count to 16 because we didn’t have a full press crew to run our normal 24-page edition. That meant we had to cut a LOT of news. But our email subscribers receive everything.

It’s very expensive to print and mail 10,000 copies of The Lansing Journal each month. Usually, advertising covers those costs, but with the current situation, many of our regular advertisers are unable to place an ad. So we don’t know how much longer we’ll be able to offer a print issue that is completely free to readers.

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