Internet web site is now Washington Evening Journal / VillageSoup
The Washington Evening Journal and VillageSoup have created a new, local, social media community "where neighbors grow together". This joining of media has created a wide array of features, and a new feel, that greatly expands the newspaper's web presence. Among the list of improved features is the ability for Internet subscribers to read full stories online.
The Journal is now posting stories online in their entirety, almost simultaneously with the printing of the daily Journal. This means that mail delivered subscribers have the ability to read today's stories today. Print subscribers will, of course, still receive the printed paper on normal mailing schedules, but for those who just can't wait to read The Journal's coverage of local news and events, this option is available. This feature also works wonderfully for those away from home who want to stay connected.
Delivering "hot off the press" news to all is just one of the steps being taken by The Journal to continue to position it’s self to meet the needs and demands of our loyal readers. The new website enhances the paper's ability to be the 24/7 local news and information source. Coupled with the Washington Evening Journal's daily print edition, your local news source has continued to grow and adapt to meet the information needs of Washington and Washington County.
Current subscribers to the Journal can receive their free iMembership, yes free, by calling the Journal at 319-653-2191 during regular business hours to activate their account. Non-print customers can register for their iMembership, for a small fee, by logging onto www.washjrnl.com and clicking the "Join" link.
To see all of the additional and upgraded features available to you, point your browser to the revitalized washjrnl.com. Stay in touch with The Journal daily as new subscriber features are highlighted. Remember, the Journal is there for you!