The Denver Business Journal takes a snow day
One of the largest costs for newspapers involves distribution -- delivering physical editions to the people who read them. But spending the money doesn't guarantee that a paper will reach its destination when Mother Nature intervenes. Take the Denver Business Journal, which is telling subscribers expecting to receiving the pub today that due to yesterday's snow barrage, they'll either have to go online to peruse the current issue's content or wait a few days. Lucky thing the Internet managed to weather the storm.
Peruse the Journal's advice to subscribers after the jump.
Delivery of the March 27-April 2 edition of the Denver Business Journal will be delayed this week because of blizzard conditions in Denver.
However, subscribers can read the latest Journal edition online as always.
Subscribers who normally receive their copy of the Journal in Friday's mail instead will likely receive it Saturday or Monday, said Circulation Director Jan Wambolt. The snow made it impossible to get copies of the newspaper from the printing plant to the mailing facility early enough for Friday delivery.
Meanwhile, as always, DenverBusinessJournal.com has all of the articles, columns and features in the newspaper, but only for paid subscribers who have registered at the website. Registering "unlocks" the newspaper so subscribers can read it online.
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