From day one, it was clear this was something our readers wanted, and valued too.
(PRWEB) August 18, 2016
Introducing Your Tiny Daily, a new way to get the news. With news websites constantly angling for consumers attention, the Daily allows people to get on with their day – and to stay engaged with what really interests them.
Each morning, one of the editors sends out the Daily, containing a few of the most important stories of the day, and a link to a longer article that caught the editor's eye. In it's first few months, Your Tiny Daily has covered the civil war in Syria, potential war in South Sudan, the continued fight against Islamic State, and so much more. And the Daily has featured articles from all over the spectrum, the New York Times, and Nautilus, to Outside Online, and Sport Illustrated. From climate change, to neurosurgeons, to the famine in Venezuela, there are always fascinating stories waiting to be told, and waiting to be shared.
"You know you're onto something special when you can't find the service you're looking for," said Gregor Scott, touching on his creation of the Daily. "And from day one, it was clear this was something our readers had missed, and valued too. We've gone from zero to thousands with only the help of our subscribers."
The Daily is built on the premise that the news should never take more than a couple of minutes to read. It's as concise as it could be, while allowing the reader to stay in the loop.
Your Tiny Daily is an email newsletter sent out every morning to subscribers, we cover important world news as well as the curiosities and peculiarities of the world around us. The Daily shouldn't ever take more than two minutes to read, and if it does then The Daily isn't doing it's job.
Daily Editor, Your Tiny Daily