The Intelligencer will change print delivery frequency next month, responding to continued rapid shifts toward digital news consumption.
The newspaper will no longer be delivered on Mondays as of April 25.
However, our full digital replica e-edition will be produced and available for our subscribers. The e-edition and our website, buckscountycouriertimes.com, will still offer our high-quality, local journalism and all the advertising, comics and puzzles you have come to expect. And Mondays are often days we launch some of our best, subscriber-only content, including stories, video and audio features, photo galleries and more available exclusively online.
With an existing or new print subscription, readers will get five days of home delivery and full access to our digital newspaper and all our online offerings every day.
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As trends in readership and advertising have changed, we have been working hard to deliver local news the way Bucks County wants it. Increasingly, that is on-demand, in real time on our website, mobile apps and social media pages. This change will help enhance those efforts and bring you the news on your phones, electronic tablets and laptops.
We offer specialized newsletters, daily briefings, alerts for breaking news and more through our digital platforms. Subscribers also will have 24/7 access to obituaries, legal notices and classifieds on our website.
With the technology also comes consistent delivery — the e-edition can be delivered right to your device or email by 5 a.m. — and other enhanced features, including the ability to clip and share articles and adjust text size. As an added bonus, our subscribers, who only need to register their existing account online to access their benefits, now have access the USA TODAY Network’s full suite of e-editions across the country, as well as ad-free access to the USA TODAY crossword puzzle.
To access the other sites, simply click on the “Universal” button to the far right of the pages once you see the e-edition.
While the frequency of home delivery of your paper is changing, our commitment to bringing you local news that impacts your towns, schools, businesses and more is not.
We are adding another reporter to our newsroom to focus on our Main Street shops and restaurants and other vital groups that shape our communities. We are also renewing our commitment to coverage in Central and Upper Bucks County, including the Doylestown area, Quakertown and the Central Bucks School District.
Anyone with questions about the change can access their account online at help.theintell.com or call customer service at 1-866-492-1514.