Tuesday, July 5, 2011

Local newspapers are still Number One in terms of providing news and information

Communities served by community newspapers continue to demonstrate heavy reliance upon their local papers for news and information. Seventy-three percent say they read a local newspaper at least once a week.
Readers also say they read most or all of their community newspapers (78 percent), and of those going online for local news, 55 percent found it on the local newspaper’s website, compared to 17 percent for sites such as Yahoo, MSN or Google, and 26 percent for the website of a local TV station.
We hope you'll consider a subscription to the Kuna Melba News to ensure that Kuna continues to have a local newspaper. If you already subscribe and like the paper, please encourage your friends to start a subscription. They'll be glad they did. Just $28 for an entire year of being informed of what's happening in the community.

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