Last modified: Wednesday, November 18, 2009
'USA Today' makes new e-Edition available at IU Bloomington
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nov. 18, 2009
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. -- Indiana University has announced a cooperative agreement with USA Today to make the top-selling newspaper available through its "e-Edition" to students, faculty and staff at the Bloomington campus.
The e-Edition, delivered by 5:30 a.m. (ET), will be available for free and is an exact replica version of the printed edition of USA Today. It also will feature additional interactive and exclusive content. The e-Edition product will include a Saturday/Sunday edition called USA Today Extra.
The e-Edition may be read online or downloaded for later use from any on-campus location. The digital copies will be provided as a companion to the print product already available across campus.
Users may opt-in to receive a "Campus Buzz" e-mail notification each morning alerting them of their e-Edition delivery. To access the e-Edition, sign up for the "Campus Buzz" reminder e-mail or for additional information, go to usatoday.indiana.edu.
The e-Edition will include an "Editor's Picks" feature highlighting the best of the day's content across the paper's sections, videos embedded with stories, puzzles and games, access to all digital back issues and links throughout all content and advertising to additional information on the Internet.
Founded in 1982, USA Today's flagship newspaper and popular Web site engages the national conversation and connects readers online through social media applications. The nation's top-selling newspaper has a total average daily circulation of more than 2.1 million. USATODAY.com reaches a combined 5.8 million readers daily. Both are owned by Gannett Co.