Inside today’s edition (Feb. 25) of The Oak Ridger is a sample of the new entertainment section, TV Weekly.
As explained in a news story last Friday and on the Screentime: TV and Entertainment Guide cover for the last two Fridays, Screentime is no longer being included in the newspaper and this will be the only sample of TV Weekly inserted in the newspaper.
No TV sections will be inserted in the individual copies of The Oak Ridger that people buy at places such as convenience and grocery stores beginning March 4. Subscribers will get TV Weekly each week if they call 1-844-612-1977 and subscribe to that separate weekly publication.
As published in a reader notice in The Oak Ridger: “We have chosen TV Weekly magazine to replace our TV section. TV Weekly is a subscription magazine that will be offered to home delivery customers at a highly discounted rate off the cover price. Newspaper subscribers will receive the lowest subscription rates available for TV Weekly.”
TV Weekly provides detailed daily grid show listings and special sections for movies and sports, according to information provided to The Oak Ridger. The magazine also includes celebrity interviews and viewing recommendations from its sister publication, TV Guide Magazine, a leader in entertainment publications.
According to information provided to The Oak Ridger, TV Weekly will be included in The Oak Ridger’s home deliveries to subscribers or mailed to the subscribers, depending upon the number of customers who subscribe.
But again, subscribers will not get TV Weekly in their newspaper each week unless they call 1-844-612-1977 and subscribe to that separate weekly publication.
This article originally appeared on Oakridger: Check out TV Weekly sample