Friday, October 15, 2010

Enquirer-Journal access disappearing

Per The Enquirer-Journal's website, starting November 8th, access to most content will be available only to subscribers.

The statement:
Access to all content, except the e-edition, will remain free until November 8. At that time, access to much content, particularly local content written by our news staff and the e-edition, will be available only to home-delivery, mail-delivery and online-only subscribers of The Enquirer-Journal as part of a regular paid subscription and to those users who purchase a 24-hour pass.

If you are an active subscriber to The Enquirer-Journal and have created an online account, there is nothing you will need to do differently starting November 8 to access our website – your current username and password will give you access to the site as long as your online account reflects your correct phone number.
Based on these changes, I will have to stop linking to any articles that aren't available to non-subscribers since I am a non-subscriber myself.

No word on the articles they've been making available online (sort of) in the Waxhaw Exchange will be handled.

1 comment:

Ray said...

Sounds like that paper just signed their death cerfiticate. Who would pay for that content? Say "adios" to that paper.