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Daily Record implementing digital paywall on June 1

Posted on May 26, 2020

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As part of ongoing updates and online offerings to the Daily Record website, www.lawdailyrecord.com, the paper will launch a new paywall Monday, June 1.

“The Daily Record has made a great investment in building its online presence,” Daily Record Editor Bill Richardson said. “We provide valuable information and service to our community and real stories that have abundant value.”

While most information will be behind the paywall, content related to public health and safety will not. This will include current coverage of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

“It is very important that readers have access to information that keeps us all safe,” Richardson said.

Readers who are current subscribers to the paper already have access to all stories on the website. Print subscribers can link their subscription to their account through the website.

Non-subscribers will see a message that will prompt them to log in or purchase a subscription for full access to news articles and features.

New readers can purchase an online only subscription for $4.99 per month using EZPay. A one-day pass is offered for $2 and $3 for a one-week pass. For readers that would like to receive both the print edition and online access, that option is available for only $6.99 per month using EZPay.

Those with questions or issues accessing their account can email help@lawdailyrecord.com and a customer service representative will assist.

Also in the plans will be the launch of a newsletter. Delivered to your email daily, it will allow readers to quickly see stories of interest just a mouse click away. In addition to the latest stories, readers will get obituaries and sports coverage. There will be a signup at the bottom of each story once service begins.

“We are extremely proud of our redesigned online offerings and look forward to readers having a wonderful online experience,” Richardson said.

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