e-Edition begins Monday as online subscriptions start

From the publisher

 

Beginning Monday, Sept. 16, the Peninsula Clarion will offer the e-Edition — a digital replica of the Peninsula Clarion available on your laptop, desktop, iPad, tablet and smart phone. The technology advances have brought convenience and immediacy literally to our fingertips via smart phone, tablets and an ever increasing array of choices in the social media sphere.

Our readers have made it clear they want to have access to their local news and information in any form at any time with any frequency. We are taking this opportunity to simplify our subscription process and to make our content available in many forms.

Visit us at www.peninsulaclarion.com/allaccess and select “DIGITAL” only for our digital suite for $8.50 per month, or “A LA CARTE” for just a single digital purchase for $5.00 each per month. For print subscribers, you can activate your All-Access membership, included free of charge with your home delivery subscription.

We hope this will help you understand the changes that we are making to improve our service levels and inform you, our readers, about what is happening on your Kenai Peninsula. If you need help with enrolling or activating your membership, please feel free to contact our Circulation Department at 283-3584.

 

Stan Pitlo

Publisher, Peninsula Clarion

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