E-asy way ro read the news

Your Dungog Chronicle, which a few years ago was only published as a printed newspaper, is today delivering local news in a range of new digital formats including the launch today of a computerised environmentally-friendly e-newspaper.

Already readers are embracing the web version www.dungogchronicle苏州美甲培训学校.au which provides breaking news, a selection of stories from the printed edition, as well as photo galleries, videos, on-line polls and access to national news and sport.

We have a mobile phone version delivered via smart phone for busy people on the run and the e-newspaper will be the latest addition to our local news delivery stable.

This e-newspaper provides everything the printed product offers only delivery comes via your computer, laptop or tablet through Safari. The e-newspaper has been designed to appeal to readers who like the page-flicking and page scanning features of a traditional newspaper but the convenience of direct delivery without having to purchase a paper through a retail outlet. The e-newspaper is environmentally friendly and because there is no newsprint, freight or delivery costs it comes at half the price of the traditional version. Managing editor of the Dungog Chronicle Janelle O’Neill is excited about this latest way to connect with readers – the latest innovation.

“The development of digital newspaper formats has certainly boosted our readership which is great news for the advertisers and community groups who use us to communicate with the community,” she said. “Our web site traffic is absolutely booming.”

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