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Because of COVID-19, we're going to digital-only publications
Subscribers can use e-editions for duration
Published Monday, March 23, 2020 12:34 pm
by Gerald O. Johnson | The Charlotte Post

We’re in unprecedented territory as a nation, and as a result, our business is as well.

The Charlotte Post Publishing Company, which publishes The Post as well as The Triangle Tribune, are going all-digital as a response to the coronavirus pandemic. Starting March 26, both publications will be available via digital editions for the immediate future, a move we’re making to protect our readers, staff and partners in the supply chain who handle paper products. Because many locations where our publications previously were accessed have shut down, this temporary pause in print delivery coincides with that reality.

Print subscribers will have free access to the digital publication via online coupons; print-only subscribers without internet access will get an extension until paper editions return. If you have a subscription but haven’t provided your email, please do so at circulation@thecharlottepost.com or circulation@triangletribune.com. Of course, our websites, www.thecharlottepost.com and www.triangletribune.com will update daily, and our social media will provide corresponding information.

Thank you for your support, and we hope you’ll understand why we’re taking these steps until the pandemic eases. We’re open for business and if you have questions, tips or suggestions, email editor@thecharlottepost.com and editor@triangletribune.com.


Be safe and be well,


Gerald O. Johnson




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