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The Journal’s ‘All Access’ to launch on Wednesday


Journal staff illustration
Journal staff illustration

MARTINSBURG, W.Va. — Wednesday, The Journal will launch All Access as a part of current print subscriptions, and for future subscribers either with a print subscription or a digital-only subscription.

Every page, every story and every advertisement will now be available to our subscribers electronically regardless of where they are located. Beginning Wednesday as a part of current subscribers’ print subscriptions, subscribers will have All Access to The Journal’s digital products. The launch includes a new e-edition, an exact replica of the printed product, as well as a new mobile application that is able to be downloaded from your favorite app store.

“For years, The Journal has been the leading source of news in the Eastern Panhandle. Now we will usher in a new era of the same leading news coverage with more ways for the readers and community to interact with that news. Full access to the entire Journal will be available to our readers 24 hours a day. Our newsroom employees are excited to be part of this new venture and have their work accessible in so many different formats,” said Publisher Craig Bartoldson.

“This is another way we have shown our commitment to this community to provide the local news that is part of the fabric of the Eastern Panhandle by delivering the news in several multimedia ways and platforms that ensure our readers are the most informed in the most timely manner,” Bartoldson said.

In order for current subscribers to gain All Access to the digital products, they can go to any local story at and follow the prompts to “Are you a print subscriber…”

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