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Help shape The Tribune’s reporting in 2021

Please complete this short survey and we’ll share results

(Paul Fraughton | Tribune file photo) The Salt Lake Tribune office building at the Gateway mall.

Thanks for visiting with The Salt Lake Tribune this year — as a reader, a subscriber and potentially as a donor.

The year 2020 has brought significant disruption to our families, our health and our jobs. The Tribune team has worked hard to deliver local news and information when you need it and in the format you prefer.

As we look ahead to 2021, we know our reporting will continue to focus on the coronavirus vaccination process, our schools, our economic recovery, public health impacts and more.

Just as Utah will engage in a significant transition as we look to emerge from COVID-19, so will The Tribune. While we’re moving to a weekend print edition, we will continue to provide local, accountability and breaking news on sltrib.com seven days a week.

Structurally, we’re also making big changes. As our print agreement with the Deseret News dissolves, we will stand up our own advertising, HR and billing systems. We’ve also got a new executive editor — that’s me, Lauren Gustus — and a new chief revenue officer in Chris Stegman.

Like you, we’re looking ahead to a new year with optimism. We plan to grow our reporting team. We’re eager to stand on our own — and with you — as we look to deliver essential reporting that will make a difference for people across the state.

To do that, we’ve got to listen — to you and to others.

We’re starting today by asking you to share your feedback in this short survey. We’re interested in your story ideas, where you think The Tribune does a good job and where you think we can be better.

Before we turn the page to 2021, we’ll share the overall results.

Thanks for making the time. And thanks, as always, for your support.

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