Free newspaper debuts; will feature national, world news
South Shore residents will have a new free newspaper to read.
The publication is called Tahoe Daily Tribune TODAY and will be launched this weekend in South Lake Tahoe, Meyers and the Stateline area.
The tabloid-size newspapers are available at several locations, such as coffee shops, casinos, stores and gas stations. They provide a quick, compact read on national and world news.
“TODAY is another resource for our community to have as an overview on world and national news, in addition to the local coverage provided in the Tahoe Daily Tribune,” said Gail Powell-Acosta, Tribune publisher. “This newspaper gives our locals the opportunity to pick up a free copy anytime during their busy day.”
TODAY will be published weekends in South Lake Tahoe and Wednesdays through Sundays in Carson City and Carson Valley. Home delivery isn’t available. More editions will be added in the next two months. TODAY will debut in Incline Village in March and in Truckee and Tahoe City in April.
TODAY is printed at the Nevada Appeal in Carson City and is a product of Sierra Nevada Media Group, which also publishes The Record-Courier, Tahoe World, Sierra Sun, North Lake Tahoe Bonanza and Lahontan Valley News.
“We are very excited to offer these new publications to our readers,” said John DiMambro, Appeal publisher and general manager of Sierra Nevada Media Group. “It is convenient, free and adds extra days of distribution not currently available from other print products.”
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