Salt Lake Tribune will continue Sunday print delivery, offer e-edition 6 days a week
FILE - Copies of The Salt Lake Tribune newspaper are shown on April 20, 2016, 2020, in Salt Lake City. The Salt Lake Tribune will stop printing a daily newspaper after nearly 150 years at the end of the year and move to a weekly print edition. The newspaper reported Monday, Oct. 26, 2020, the change won't result in cuts to the newsroom staff, but nearly 160 people involved with printing and delivering the daily paper will be laid off. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer, File)
Today’s newspaper, loaded with interesting articles and holiday ads, likely landed at your home early this morning, tossed out of a car window by a Utahn driving through your neighborhood. Whether you’ve been taking The Salt Lake Tribune for some time or are a new reader, we’re grateful for your support.
And today we have some news for you: Even as The Tribune shifts to a weekly print edition
in January, it will continue to arrive Sunday mornings via carrier — just as it does now. We are working hard to ensure we’re doing our best by you, our subscribers, by retaining as much of our traditional service as possible — with added local reporting and new regular features.
We’ll keep delivering the Thanksgiving Day newspaper, too.
Subscribing is easy. Just contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 801-204-6100.
When we announced the print switch
, The Tribune said it would use the U.S. Postal Service to deliver the weekly edition. But as we look to put your experience first, carriers will continue Sunday home delivery for subscribers who live in Salt Lake, Utah, Davis and Summit counties, as well as in St. George. Subscribers who live elsewhere will get their paper in their mailboxes early in the week. You can still buy the Sunday paper at select stores.
We are gearing up to make this Sunday newspaper special. It will be forward looking, focusing on the biggest issues facing this state from its incredible growth to how we educate the next generation. We will bolster our opinion offerings and publish more about our communities, our businesses and how we live. It will look and feel like The Tribune you love, but with more local news, more accountability reporting and more analysis. There will be expanded national and international stories as well.
In an effort to offer you as much value as we can, we will continue to design a daily newspaper and deliver it electronically to subscribers Monday through Friday.
That’s right: You can read the print paper six days a week.
For current e-edition readers, little will change. The print-centric among us can flip through the pages on a laptop, tablet or smartphone. Our design team is working to make the e-edition more user-friendly. It will include bigger headlines and photos and less small type. We’ll also continue to offer what readers enjoy about the print edition.
You’ll be able to see a real front page, check out Pat Bagley’s latest cartoon, read about the big game that finished just before midnight, and, if you are so inclined, complete the crossword puzzle or additional games that will be added in early January. This e-edition will be available through an app or via email. The Sunday paper will also be available as an e-edition.
Print subscribers will have access to the e-edition and full access to sltrib.com
, which will continue to supply up-to-the-minute breaking news as well as the deeper stories you count on us to provide.
If you are already signed up, your print subscription will roll over as these changes take effect in January. The Tribune is creating annual, half-year and quarterly subscription plans for our print readers and will release more information about that soon.
Again, to subscribe to the print edition or ask questions, contact email@example.com
or call 801-204-6100.
If you have questions about your digital subscription, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
or call 801-257-8710. To sign up for a digital subscription, go to sltrib.com/support
Thanks for your continued support.