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Salvation Army newspaper moves to “digital-first” strategy

Submitted by on January 31, 2014 – No Comment

New Frontier ChronicleThe Salvation Army here in the Western US has been publishing a newspaper called New Frontier since 1983 to equip and inform our significant Army audience.

Since the media landscape has changed dramatically in recent years, the New Frontier is changing too. The paper has long been a go-to source for news and information in our Army world – and beyond – and will remain so with some subtle changes to format.

A Pew Research study in 2013 showed that more of us are getting our news online. Even so, newspaper circulation rates remain pretty steady: down only 0.2%.

After a painstaking study and survey of New Frontier readers, the paper has gone to a “digital-first” model. The plan is break news online and provide deeper analysis in a once-monthly, traditional 24-page newspaper.

Follow the links below to stay current on Army news via the New Frontier Chronicle!

:: Here’s the link to the New Frontier Chronicle online.
:: Click here for information about how to subscribe to the print edition.
:: Stay in touch daily with updates from the New Frontier Chronicle Facebook page.
:: Follow New Frontier Chronicle on Twitter for real-time updates

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