HUNTINGTON, W.Va. — Herald-Dispatch seven-day subscribers are eligible for full access to the newspaper’s digital services, including herald-dispatch.com, the e-paper edition and mobile apps.
However, subscribers will need to register for a free account by Wednesday, May 14, for uninterrupted service.
Subscribers can register online at www.herald-dispatch.com or by calling one of our customer service representatives for assistance at 304-526-4005 or 800-888-2834. Digital-only subscriptions also are available.
“About 6,000 subscribers already have registered,” said Ed Dawson, editor and publisher of The Herald-Dispatch. “And we want to make sure all of our subscribers have an account and password for full access to all of our digital content.”
Non-subscribers will continue to have access to many features on the website, including obituaries, photo galleries, jobs, automotive, homes and classified advertising. However, visitors will be limited to 10 news articles per month without a print or digital subscription.
The Herald-Dispatch website features all of the stories from each day’s print edition, plus regular breaking news updates throughout the day, extra features and hundreds of additional local photos. The site also includes the Tri-State’s largest calendar of events, which can be searched by date, keyword, location or type of event.
All online readers will have access to the site’s deep database of classified advertising, including cars and homes for sale, job opportunities, apartments for rent, garage sales, merchandise for sale, local services, etc. The site provides listings for local, regional and national jobs through Monster, and local to national real estate listings through Trulia, as well as a wide variety of ads for goods and services that are available in the Tri-State…