You told us and we listened. After a two-week absence, the weekly TV listings are back in the Citizen, after many readers let us know how much they were missed.
We thought traditional listings like ours had gone the way of the dodo bird and were a little used part of the paper, and you let us know we were wrong, so they are back.
Meanwhile, free Tv listings remain on our website, www.citizenweekly.com. Look for a link on the right side of the home page, under “Services.” Particularly suited for basic cable subscribers, these listings are very easy to use.
Speaking of our website, have you visited us online lately? You might be surprised in what you will find. The website is geared not to mimic or repeat what we are already doing in our printed edition, but to complement it.
You can find additional content like video clips that cannot be included in a traditonal newspaper, and it is updated daily, so you can often get a sneak preview of what is coming in next week’s Citizen before it even hits the press.
The website also provides a forum for visitors to easily add their comments to articles, submit letters to the editor, or just ask us a question. Your feedback is always encouraged and appreciated.
Adding to our online presence recently has been the creation of a Citizen page on Facebook. Simply click “Like” on our page, and you will then receive Citizen updates in your Facebook newsfeed, including links to online articles, and get the jump on any circulation promotions or contests we may have coming up. The Facebook page is another venue where readers can offer feedback and ideas on their community newspaper.
Have an upcoming event you would like to have covered? Have an idea for a story? Let us know. We listen.