Posted November 14, 2018 12:37:09 The news today was that the Sydney Morning Herald is planning to launch a new digital edition this Sunday, November 14.
The paper will be launching the digital edition for free and will be available to download to anyone who has an ADSL connection.
The paper has been making great progress on digital subscriptions, with a huge amount of new subscribers coming through its digital platform this year.
The news was met with some scepticism from readers of the paper, with many questioning why they should be paying for an extra paper.
“The Herald’s decision to introduce the digital version of its Sunday paper is an important step forward for our local paper,” the Herald’s managing director for digital, Jason Gennaro, said.
“While the Herald is one of the best-known local publications in the country, the digital format will provide our readers with a compelling experience and ensure that our content is available to everyone, whether they have a subscription to a traditional paper or not.”
The Herald will also be offering free paperbacks to any new subscribers who opt-in to the digital subscription.
The free paperback option will be offered on a first come, first serve basis, meaning that the Herald can offer paperbacks for free to anyone subscribing to a print subscription.
Sydney Morning Herald digital edition, free for everyone, available to anyone via subscription source Reddit/Reddit via Business Insider article “The digital edition will offer an excellent alternative to the print edition for our readers,” Gennari said.
“This is something we have been working hard to make happen.
We’re excited to be giving everyone access to our content for free on this Sunday.”
Sydneysiders who have ADSL-capable devices will be able to download the paperback for free.
It’s worth noting that the paper’s digital subscription is available on a limited number of ADSL speeds.
This means that anyone who is not using an ADSI-enabled device or who is currently using an AT&T phone, tablet or computer, may not be able access the paper for free, as they may not have an ADSV connection.
However, anyone who does not have ADSI connections will be eligible to subscribe to the paper.
We’ve already seen many other big local papers take advantage of the ADSL+ launch to add additional features to their digital offerings.
A few of those features include a free newsletter, a daily newsletter, weekly news section, and a local TV section.
As of today, the Herald has already added a free digital subscription to its print edition, with more to come.
The digital subscription will be free to all subscribers who sign up to the newspaper through their online access, or through an app that is available in their location.
There are still a few limitations to the Herald digital subscription, including it can only be accessed in the paper-reading area of the office, and its access will only be granted once per day, rather than every day.
In the future, the paper will also have a new section in the front of its print newspaper called “The Daily Report”.
“We’ve seen the impact of the digital revolution in the past, and we’re excited for the future,” Gannaro said.
We’ve been working on this for a few years now, and hope to see more local papers adopting the new format.
Read more about digital subscriptions and the Herald here