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Daily digital newspaper launched in Jersey

Daily digital newspaper launched in Jersey

Sunday 05 January 2014

Daily digital newspaper launched in Jersey

Sunday 05 January 2014

Jersey's new digital newspaper, Bailiwick Express, publishes today for the first time.

It includes local and UK news and sport, as well as a comprehensive range of classifieds ads covering new homes, jobs and vehicles.

After creating an account, islanders can also comment on the stories of the day, or upload items for sale.

Bailiwick Express is produced by Bailiwick Publishing, which is the company behind the monthly business magazine, Connect

It is a combination of a premium news/classifieds website, with a daily e-mail which will deliver the publication's top stories directly to the inbox of subscribers. Subsription is free, readers simply have to create an account. 

Express Editor James Filleul commented: "We have been planning Express for two years now, so to see it go live today is really special. This is the first time a mainstream news media has launched in Jersey in twenty years.

"We aim to be a vibrant addition to the local media scene, combining the opportunities of a digital platform with the traditional strengths of a daily paper, such as great writing, excellent design and eye-catching photography. We offer advertisers the chance to get hard data to demonstrate the success of their campaigns, as well as being able to communicate with their customers across all devices, in interactive ways, at any time of the day. 

"We have a great team behind Express, and I'd like to thank all of them for their hard work in getting us successfully to launch day. 

"I believe Jersey has a very positive digital future, and we are looking forward to helping to deliver that."

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