Why news websites charge for access to content
Local news in America is under threat: the financial model for original local news has faltered, as reading habits have migrated from print to digital, and tech companies like Google and Facebook take the lion's share of advertising revenue that used to support local newsrooms. Local newsrooms committed to serving their communities with responsible, responsive, community-focused journalism continue to do the best that they can with shrinking resources.
The family-owned Bangor Daily News relies on subscriptions from readers to support its newsroom. When you support the BDN, you are supporting Maine communities.
As a subscriber, you get digital access to Maine’s only independently-owned daily news voice, invitations to subscriber-only events, occasional subscriber-only deals, a faster site, and a better ad experience.
The Bangor Daily News offers group rates for on-site digital subscriptions for companies and organizations with 10 or more users.
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Educational access for Maine K-12 schools
The Bangor Daily News is proud to provide free access to K-12 teachers and students in Maine public schools, upon request. Teacher registration form is here: http://bangordailynews.com/customer-service/educational-access/. The 2019-2020 program ran from 8/27/19 through 6/19/20. Plans for the 2020-2021 school year will be announced in August.
Maine teachers use the BDN’s stocks information to teach stock market analysis, sports for statistics, political reporting for current events, deer permit and deer harvest data to teach how to handle data sets, as well as for english language learning, photography, current events and news literacy...among other applications.
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