Kingman Daily Miner to offer Washington Post digital content free to subscribers
KINGMAN - Starting soon, the Daily Miner will be one of more than 100 newspapers to partner with The Washington Post to offer the Post's online products free to paid subscribers.
A partner program, announced earlier this year, will allow the Miner's subscribers to access the Post's content on desktops, mobile websites, and phone and tablet apps.
"Signing on more than 100 partners is a testament to the strength of this idea, and we've been encouraged by the response from other newspapers," said Steve Hills, president and general manager of The Washington Post. "We're excited to keep growing throughout the country, in addition to expanding to publishers outside of the U.S."
Other newspapers participating in the program include the Prescott Daily Courier, the Denver Post, the Los Angeles Daily News and the Salt Lake City Tribune.
"Our subscribers should be really happy about this development," said Daily Miner Publisher Robin Mauser. "This content adds national news to the local content we already offer online."