Opinion: Tribune transitions to new calendar system
Tribune Managing Editor
Tahoe Daily Tribune is moving to a new calendar system. This coming week will be the last week we publish events entered into SpinGo. We will officially begin using the new calendar system operated by Tahoe.com starting Wednesday, March 16.
Events currently entered into SpinGo will not transfer over to the new system. To continue publishing regular events, visit http://www.tahoedailytribune.com and click on the “Events Calendar” tile. Press “Add your event” and it will walk you through the new submission process from there.
Within the Tahoe.com system, events are broken up into two categories — daytime and nighttime — in the Tahoe area. Tahoe.com will manage and approve events entered into the new system.
The Tribune will continue to reverse publish events from the online calendar into print publications.
In addition to the Tribune, events entered into our new calendar will be available on the Sierra Sun’s website, on Tahoe.com and on LakeTahoeThisWeek.com.
The calendar is reserved for events, activities and meetings. It cannot be used for advertising, sales or promotions. Listings are always subject to editing and will run only as space allows.
Questions? Please direct them to me by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Caitlin Row is managing editor of Tahoe Daily Tribune. She can be reached at 530-542-8006 or email@example.com. Find her on Twitter — @CrowTahoe. Tahoe Daily Tribune prints Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays. Its website — http://www.tahoedailytribune.com — is updated daily. Find us on social media, too — http://www.facebook.com/TahoeDailyTribune, http://www.twitter.com/TahoeDailyTrib, and http://www.instagram.com/tahoesnaps.
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