Parade ending print publication November 13; continue in ENE digital paper | Local News


Parade Magazine’s publisher will discontinue the print version of the weekly after November 13, but will continue to offer electronic newspaper issues to printing partners, including Enid News & Eagle.

The Arena Group announced in September that they would be transitioning Parade to a digital-only product and ending publication entirely for Relish and Spry Living after their October issues.

The News & Eagle has inserted both Parade and Spry Living weekly for many years. The newspaper will continue to offer Parade in its digital editions on Sundays, said Cindy Allen, editor of News & Eagle.

“Although we won’t have Parade in our print-only editions after November 13, our readers can still access the magazine in our electronic editions,” Allen said. “The News & Eagle will feature Parade in our digital edition on Sundays. Full access and digital-only subscribers will still be able to read Parade this way.

Any print subscriber who has not launched their digital access can call News & Eagle customer service at (580) 548-8115 during regular business hours Monday through Friday.

“The benefit of being a Total Access subscriber is that readers have access to News & Eagle stories, ads and features 24/7,” Allen said. “The digital edition of News & Eagle is available every morning at 5 a.m. and can be delivered directly to our subscribers’ email accounts.”

The E-Edition is a digital replica of the News & Eagle print publication.


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