“We designed SFChronicle.com to complement our already strong presence in print with the ultimate news experience available whenever readers like on any device they choose," said Mark Adkins, president.
San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) March 25, 2013
The San Francisco Chronicle, the Bay Area’s most-read source of local and national news, has launched the all-new SFChronicle.com, a premium news website available by subscription.
SFChronicle.com is an extension of the newspaper’s award-winning, in-depth coverage that readers have come to expect from the Bay Area’s leading news source. The site is optimized to render on desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones and more, delivering the highest-quality, in-depth news content in the Bay Area. SFChronicle.com will offer users breaking news, exclusive stories, unique photos and the best work by Chronicle columnists.
SFChronicle.com is available as part of a digital package for only $12.00 a month. Most Chronicle print subscribers will have access to SFChronicle.com as part of their subscriptions. More information and subscription options are available at http://www.SFChronicle.com/UltimateAccess.
“We designed SFChronicle.com to deliver a simple, uncluttered format that reads just like a newspaper,” said Mark Adkins, president. “This will complement our already strong presence in print with the ultimate news experience available whenever readers like, on any device they choose.”
SFChronicle.com is a complement to SFGate.com, the Bay Area’s most widely read local news website. It will not replace SFGate.com, which will continue to offer news-of-the-day to the over 17 million unique visitors who visit the site each month. SFGate.com will continue to feature breaking news and news-you-can-use features, such as real-time sports coverage, weather and traffic information, pop culture features and listings and guides.
About the San Francisco Chronicle & SFGate.com
The six-time Pulitzer Prize-winning San Francisco Chronicle is the Bay Area’s leading news and information source and has been connecting the region with its award-winning journalism since its founding in 1865. The Chronicle and SFGate.com reach a combined 1.7 million Bay Area adults each week.