DAILY NEWS Nov 14, 2012 4:30 PM - 5 comments

TruckNews.com moves to daily newsletter format

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TORONTO, Ont. -- TruckNews.com’s twice-weekly e-newsletter is now moving to a daily format. The newsletter will feature TruckNews.com’s latest Headline News items, videos, and blogs, as well as a list of upcoming events and handpicked news items from TruckNews.com editors, every day, Monday to Friday.

The newsletter has also been redesigned, which, in addition to giving the newsletter a more streamlined look, also gives TruckNews.com editors the ability to promote top stories, add pictures and video, and source news items and features from sister publications such as Canadian Transportation and Logistics, MM&D, Purchasingb2b and the more than 50 other business magazines in our group.

“This move reflects our commitment to provide you with the most news, first,” said editorial director Lou Smyrlis. “It also provides more opportunities to share analysis and opinion on key industry issues and trends.”

“Given the wide range and volume of content added to our Web site each day, moving to a daily e-newsletter format just made sense,” said Truck News publisher Rob Wilkins. “With this move, our readers will be able to keep up to date on the latest industry news each and every day, which, in the end, helps them to do their jobs better. We have so much content that we have to share and now we can get it to you even faster.”

To sign up for the daily e-newsletter, click here.

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Al Goodhall

Thanks Adam. I should have searched harder. Lol.

Posted November 15, 2012 11:45 AM

Adam Ledlow

Hi Al,

You can find the app in the iTunes store or download the app free of charge here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/truck-news/id523620316?ls=1&mt=8


Posted November 15, 2012 11:37 AM

Al Goodhall

And for all the drivers using smartphones we'll see the mobile site and an app by...................?

Posted November 15, 2012 11:32 AM

Jerry Krauskopf

I'm OK with the daily format, but please don't bulk it up with articles that are irrelevant to the trucking industry from your other 50 business units.

Posted November 15, 2012 10:54 AM

Barbara Moori

It's Good to hear that TruckNews.com has moved to daily newsletter format from weekly with lot sources included like videos, blogs and all current upcoming news. Thanks for efforts of changes made for users.

Posted November 15, 2012 06:50 AM

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