All the news that fits. All the news that's fit. Either way it's gonna cost you more. Springfield News-Leader unveils new pricing plan
A new subscription plan, reserving full digital access to subscribers and offering attractive rates for digital usage and home delivery of the print edition.Some of the stories in the bus garage: sexual harassment lawsuit in the Ozarks; local office seeker has bankruptcy problems (NOT Steve Helms); gas company goes bankrupt, employees find other jobs; Republicans for Obama Springfield connection; vacant lots and pregnant women.
Smartphone apps, a tablet version and access to the daily e-Newspaper, along with 24/7 coverage from News-Leader.com.
New content, including added columnists, more ideas for enjoying the great outdoors, features on the rich history and traditions of the Ozarks, and helpful tips for women with busy family lives.
Earlier publication of content to digital users, plus more video clips and up-to-the-minute news.
More digital services for advertisers and businesses in the Ozarks.
Effective May 1, our new subscription model will change the way you use — and pay for — our content.
Online users will no longer have unlimited access to our content. Full access will be limited to subscribers, who will pay a minimum of $12 per month and up to $22 per month on an automatic payment plan if they want 7-day home delivery of the newspaper.
...On any given week, you’ll find dozens and dozens of stories, plus photos and other content, you cannot get from any other news source in Springfield. We provide more in-depth and watchdog reporting than other media, plus have unique local content in news, features, sports and opinion.
During the past two years, we’ve been working hard to improve the News-Leader — with new features and content across the board — plus, we have expanded our community involvement and leadership with efforts like our Every Child public-service journalism project.
We’re adding even more new features, including:
A new weekly column from Juliana Goodwin, who will write about the fascinating people and interesting places and things of the Ozarks. (See her first column on today’s front page.)Twice-weekly sports columns from Kary Booher.
Expanded outdoors coverage, with reporter Wes Johnson focusing on helping you enjoy the great outdoors in the Ozarks, including practical tips on how and where to go.
New consumer and family information aimed at helping busy women make the most of their family and personal lives.
More news stories and features on Ozarks history, traditions and values.