Creston News Advertiser subscribers will see dramatic improvements to the CNA website beginning Nov. 1.
After listening to reader feedback, the CNA is moving to a new website design that will provide browsers with a cleaner, faster and better online reading experience.
There will be no more surveys and no more pop-up ads to block the view of content on the website. In addition, there will be more video and photo content available on the CNA website. There will also be an improved online edition that will bring the printed newspaper to your iPhone, iPad, desktop computer and other mobile devices.
With the change, subscriptions to the Creston News Advertiser will now include home delivery of the print newspaper and full access to the www.crestonnews.com website. Account balances will be charged a low weekly fee averaging 23 cents per week over the course of the year. This will result in shortening the length of your subscription.
For example, those with a year subscription to the Creston News Advertiser will have their subscriptions shortened by six days.
However, subscribers have the option to opt out of the online subscription. By doing this, subscribers will still receive the print newspaper and their subscriptions will remain the same, but they will not be able to access content at www.crestonnews.com or access the E-edition.
To opt out, call Sandy Allison at 641-782-2141 ext. 6451.