What is hap­pen­ing with con­tent and cov­er­age

A sus­tain­able pub­lish­ing model

The Covington News - - FRONT PAGE -

As The Cov­ing­ton News changes to a Sun­day-only pub­li­ca­tion in print, our cov­er­age of New­ton County will show no signs of de­cline.

The shift to a weekly printed pub­li­ca­tion, start­ing Oct. 5, will boost the type of con­tent you will see in The Cov­ing­ton News.

Our new edi­tion will be larger than any pa­per we cur­rently of­fer and fea­ture a well-rounded rep­re­sen­ta­tion of New­ton County. Due to the time that passes be­tween, say, a Tues­day com­mis­sion­ers meet­ing and when the pa­per ar­rives on your doorstep Sun­day, we will present an ar­ti­cle in print that goes into more depth on how it ef­fects you and your neigh­bor­hood. Each sec­tion will have both in-depth pieces as well as quick, easy-to-read news that you need to know about.

Things that hap­pen na­tion­ally will be bro­ken down and pre­sented in ways that show what it means to you.

Our con­tent will grow in fea­tures on health, busi­nesses, re­li­gion, en­ter­tain­ment and ed­u­ca­tion with reg­u­larly oc­cur­ring sec­tions.

Our sports sec­tion will ex­pand, and the ath­letes of New­ton County will be pre­sented in greater de­tail.

The news­pa­per will be a more com­plete prod­uct, with sec­tions you have been ac­cus­tomed to such as comics and puz­zles.

The Cov­ing­ton News is work­ing with great excite- ment on ways to pack­age all of th­ese in­for­ma­tive and en­ter­tain­ing sec­tions of our new and im­proved news­pa­per, even as you read this to­day.

A big part of our company is also our web­site, Cov­News.com and our so­cial me­dia and mo­bile sites such as Face­book, In­sta­gram and Twit­ter. Those plat­forms will be used like never be­fore.

For us, news never sleeps, and you will find that we will have more up-to-the-minute cov­er­age of the break­ing news through­out New­ton County.

We are ex­cited to grow our news­pa­per as the print prod­uct shifts to a larger edi­tion and our web­site be­comes even more ac­tive.

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