Sierra Nevada Media changes publishing schedule
Sierra Nevada Media Group has made changes to its production schedule in Northern Nevada.
Starting July 16, e Nevada Appeal was to move from six days to two days (Wednesday and Saturday), e Record-Courier was to change from three days to two days ( ursday and Saturday), e Lahontan Valley News adjusts from two days to one day (Wednesday mail delivery), and e Tahoe Tribune shifts from three days to one day (Friday).
“ is new schedule allows us to serve the communities we currently do by printing ve days a week — covering the entire area with the same resources it takes to produce one daily,” the group said in a release.
“Our online properties, mobile apps, and social media are dynamic and are updated regularly. We still love paper, and o er it for those who are attached to that rhythm,” said Brooke Warner, Sierra Nevada Media Group general manager.
e group mentioned recent tari s on newsprint and associated production costs along with the impact of the paper on land lls as factors in the decision.