Herald-Journal launches digital subscription plans
Trevor Anderson reports:
The Herald-Journal announced today the launch of its new digital subscription model, requiring readers to pay for access to GoUpstate.com, either through a print subscription or through a digital-only subscription.
вЂњOur products have real value to our readers, both in print and online. Adopting digital subscriptions recognizes that value,вЂќ Herald-Journal Publisher Kevin Drake said.
Print subscribers will continue to have unlimited access to the paper’s websites, as well as its e-Edition, at no additional cost. But those who don’t subscribe to the newspaper will have to purchase a digital subscription to maintain unlimited access to its websites.
The Herald-Journal will offer a digital-only subscription for $9.95. Readers can also get unlimited access to GoUpstate.com by purchasing one of four print subscriptions.
This will begin February 4.