As more advertisers shift from print to online, they expect us to continue to help them reach local residents with their offers, deals and other messages.
We’ll recognize these shifts from print to online advertising by maintaining and possibly even expanding advertising options that will be more relevant and connected to your interests.
Can I get access to the Wisconsin State Journal newspaper, not just the website, electronically? The Wisconsin State Journal publishes an e-edition that is an exact replica of the newspaper available for download every morning to your desktop or i Pad. The e-edition is a specially formatted electronic version that looks just like the printed newspaper, and it is accessible on a computer web browser, a special i Pad app, and other tablet computer web browsers. You’ll be asked to pay if it turns out that you’re a frequent or heavy user of the site.
I can’t get newspaper delivery in my area, and I don’t want to pay a subscription for a website. Collecting, producing and delivering exclusive local information around the clock, seven days a week, costs money no matter whether it’s published and delivered once a day in print, or every few minutes online.
In addition to your newspaper delivery, your news will be updated throughout the day and available digitally on your computer, smartphone and tablet.
This option includes unlimited access to news stories, photos, and more.
A full access subscription includes unlimited access to all websites, the Wisconsin State Journal e-edition and many specialized apps for i Pad, i Phone, Android and Kindle Fire.
Full access means a paid home delivery subscriber’s subscription now entitles them to unlimited access to all of our great digital content on our many platforms with no restrictions.
If you’re a current Wisconsin State Journal print subscriber, you already qualify for full access.
All you need to do is activate your subscription and create an online account. Please be ready to provide an email address or phone number and zip code to activate your full access. If you’re not a newspaper subscriber, visit go.madison.com/subscribe to see your subscription options. Beyond the website, numerous additional digital products are available to full access subscribers.
If you use all free views, the site will automatically provide some subscription options, making it easy to sign up.
TIP: If you subscribe to the Wisconsin State Journal, even just on Sunday, you can qualify for unlimited online access. The local news and information published on our websites is a valuable product.
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You may have heard about “paywalls” that completely lock down access to specific sites, popular sections or specific subjects, but we’re not doing that at Some parts of the site, such as homepages and popular sections listing headlines, are always free.