Saturday Panama City News Herald to be exclusively online with e-Edition – The News Herald

As previously announced, the Panama City News Herald will end paper printing of its Saturday edition as we continue to respond to readership trends.
While our dedication to covering our community hasn’t changed, reader habits have. Many people still enjoy the printed paper, but these days, more and more people want to read news as it happens — on their computer, tablet or phone.
Instead of the Saturday print edition, starting March 26 subscribers will now get a full digital newspaper — an e-Edition — which will still be filled with local and national news, sports, ads, features, comics and puzzles. 
The News Herald’s e-Edition, a popular feature among subscribers, is viewed about 747,045 times each month. Average monthly pageviews to were an additional 1,486,655 page views.
UNIVERSAL E-EDITION ACCESS: Subscribers can now access the electronic edition of USA TODAY, plus more than 200 daily publications, through their e-Editions. Simply click on e-Edition at — or go directly to — and select the Universal icon on the right-hand menu. From there, you can choose a publications to read. You can also find it through your e-Edition app. 
NEW NATIONAL SECTIONS: Also new to the e-Edition are two daily sections available right now –– Nation & World Extra and Sports Extra. Here you’ll find news not in the printed newspaper due to the lateness of the news and print deadlines. (This content is in the e-Edition pages but can also be found in the Bonus section.)
We’re also re-arranging some print features. Here’s the rundown:
All print subscriptions already include digital access. Customers must first link their accounts by activating access.  
On, click on “sign-in” in the top right corner and then activate your account and follow the process.
MORE PUZZLES: Subscribers also get ad-free, 24/7 access to our daily USA TODAY crossword puzzles at or through the USA TODAY Crossword app available on iPhone or Android devices.
SHARE YOUR DIGITAL ACCESS: As a subscriber, you can share your subscription with a friend or family member. They will receive their own login and can access it as long as you remain a subscriber. Go to and make sure you are logged in (in the top right corner, you should see a button labeled “Hi *your name*” if you are already logged in. If not, click on the button for “Sign In.”). Next, select your name and go to “Manage Account.” In the left-hand menu, look for “Share digital subscription.” Click on that and enter in the name and email address of the person to share access. An email will be sent to their inbox with further instructions on setting up their own credentials.
Subscribers with questions or concerns can find help at
The labor shortage and other challenges have impacted delivery times for some customers in recent months. To contact customer service about an issue, please visit to chat live with a service representative or call 1-888-478-5001. It’s not necessary to speak with customer service when reporting a missed paper by phone. Our automated system alerts managers to the problem, and accounts are credited in the form of a one-day extension in your subscription.
We hope that you will enjoy the added features, as well as the enhancements to the e-Edition. We’re here to help you navigate these changes and appreciate your loyal readership.


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