An Echo Press editorial: Supporting Journalism; join the digital age



Never before have we had so many people from across our region, state, nation, and the world reading our stories, visiting our website, and learning and entertaining from our products.

These products include not only our journal and website, but also our electronic edition, which is an exact version of our journal available online. You can access the edition from your laptop by going to echopress.com and clicking on the yellow “E-Paper” link at the top right. On your phone or tablet, tap the three horizontal lines at the top left and select “E-Paper”.

The E-Paper is updated daily. On Wednesdays and Fridays, it will contain the print editions of the Echo Press. Other days will feature stories from across the country and the world. You can find the E-Paper that includes the latest issue (or earlier issues) of the Echo Press by clicking on the “Archive” symbol (a box) in the black bar at the top of the page.

Some advantages of reading E-Paper are that you can easily:

  • Adjust the size of the text to be printed for easier reading.

  • Clip, print and save the items you want to keep.

  • Find topics that interest you.

  • Enjoy the crosswords and comics.

Our products don’t stop there. We also produce special publications (Impact, The Best of Alexandria, Chicz and many others).

Next month we’ll be launching a new and improved Echo Press website, redesigned with you in mind. Monitor your inbox to be notified when it’s live, and prepare for a streamlined news experience with these enhancements and more:

  • Easier navigation to quickly find your news.

  • An enhanced mobile news reading experience.

  • Faster loading times and improved site performance.

After the launch of the new website, we welcome feedback from readers. Send an email to [email protected] or give us a call.

There are a few other important reasons why you should pay for a subscription to your hometown newspaper, the Echo Press.

When you sign up for a membership, you are supporting local journalism in your community, helping everyone stay informed. Keep in mind that Echo Press’s team of reporters, salespeople, and support staff live right here in the Douglas County area, many with deep local roots stretching back decades. We are not faceless strangers. We are your neighbors.

You can choose from a variety of print and digital subscription options to become a member on echopress.com by clicking on the “Register Now” link. Not only will you receive full access to all of Echo Press’s content, including archives, but your digital subscription opens up a whole new way to get news and information through your home computer, smartphone or tablet.

So, you’re not exactly “tech-savvy?” Don’t let that word ‘digital’ stop you from exploring this new way of getting the news. And if you’re not comfortable with computers, we can help. It’s an easy process. This will take only few minutes. Call us at 320-763-3133.

Remember that you will not only be able to read articles from our Wednesday and Friday issues, but also read late-breaking articles, get national and regional news, see additional videos and photos, and have access. free and unlimited. to newspaper websites across the region that are part of the Forum Communications Network, including the Detroit Lakes Tribune, Wadena Pioneer Journal, Perham Focus, Park Rapids Enterprise, West Central Tribune and larger publications such as The Forum, Duluth News Tribune and Brainerd Dispatch.

Information about your local community, region, state, nation and the world is right at your fingertips. Join our growing membership and support local journalism.


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