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8/7/2014 4:26:00 PM
Williams-Grand Canyon News to offer Washington Post digital content free to subscribers
Newspaper is member of partner program
The Williams-Grand Canyon News will now offer The Washington Postís online products free to paid subscribers. Graphic/WGCN
The Williams-Grand Canyon News will now offer The Washington Postís online products free to paid subscribers. Graphic/WGCN
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WILLIAMS, Ariz. - The Williams-Grand Canyon News is one of more than 100 newspapers to partner with The Washington Post to offer added value to its subscribers.

A partner program, announced earlier this year, will allow the News to offer The Washington Post's online products free to paid subscribers, who will be able to access The Post's content across desktop, mobile websites and phone and tablet apps.

"Signing on over 100 partners is a testament to the strength of this idea, and we've been encouraged by the response from other newspapers," said Steve Hills, president and general manager of The Washington Post. "We're excited to keep growing throughout the country, in addition to expanding to publishers outside of the U.S."

Other newspapers participating in the program include the Denver Post, the Los Angeles Daily News and the Salt Lake City Tribune.

"We're excited to offer this benefit to our newspaper subscribers," said News Publisher Doug Wells. "It's a great addition for anyone who enjoys reading both local and national news."

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Reader Comments

Posted: Monday, August 11, 2014
Article comment by: Pat Smith

I agree Misty, I won't be able to afford to pay for access to the paper.

Posted: Sunday, August 10, 2014
Article comment by: To Doug

Doug - I am not sure what your motivation is regarding the Wash Post coverage - but as a local reader I think that your money would be better spent in increasing the number of real local news articles and increasing the competency of your staff. So much of your paper has become puff pieces for the town council, mayor, CVB etc. We can't improve the town until we recognize its problems

Posted: Friday, August 8, 2014
Article comment by: Misty Circle

Holy Hell. If I have to pay, I will not read. Good luck with your latest revenue generator. Reader comments are not posted until weeks later. Boring, and Bye, Bye ...



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