Times print subscribers can access washingtonpost.com for free
Eligible Times subscribers can receive Washington Post Digital premium content free for one year as part of a program that The Washington Post announced earlier this year. The digital subscriptions also include e-newspaper apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices.
The Times is the first paper in Florida to participate in the program. Nearly 100 newspapers across the nation are participating.
“We are very excited to work with a renowned journalistic brand like The Washington Post to deliver unlimited access to its entire suite of digital products at no cost to our subscribers,” said Joe DeLuca, a Times vice president and Tampa publisher. “We share the same unwavering commitment to delivering high quality journalism that informs, educates and entertains. Our subscribers will have access to all of it 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.”
For more information, go to www.tampabay.com/subscribe.
About the Tampa Bay Times
The Tampa Bay Times is widely considered one of the Top Ten newspapers in America and has won 10 Pulitzer Prizes. It is Florida’s largest newspaper, with an average circulation of 355,853 Sunday and 299,985 daily (AAM FAS-FAX September 2013). The Times is produced by the Times Publishing Company, which also publishes TampaBay.com – Tampa Bay’s largest local news Web site with 2.1 million unique visitors each month (Nielsen NetView six-month average for 8/13-1/14). Additionally, the company publishes the free daily tbt*, an edition of the Tampa Bay Times, tb-two*, a free paper written by Tampa Bay area students distributed to students, and the Pulitzer Prize-winning website, PolitiFact.com; and produces special events, specialty publications, and targeted advertising programs.