Why is The Indiana Gazette now charging for its online content?
The decision to launch a metered paywall and charge for our digital content stems from our belief that excellence in local reporting of news, sports, health, lifestyles, business and the arts has great value to our customers both in print and digital formats. We believe that the communities we serve recognize the value of the information we present, regardless of their choice to consume it in print or digital format.
Award-winning reporting, editing and multimedia production is expensive, and news organizations like The Indiana Gazette increasingly recognize that they cannot continue to provide content – accurate, credible, authoritative – for free that is costly to produce
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Why does the website look different?
The gazette strives to update its presence as web trends are constantly changing so that we can consistently provide the best user experience. The new website provides our staff the ability to provide a better news reporting experience.
I’m currently a home-delivery PRINT subscriber. What do I need to do for unlimited digital access? All print subscriptions include unlimited digital access as an added benefit to your print subscription. You may continue to use your current login information if you have an active print subscription and have previously registered at indianagazette.com. Click here to register if you currently have a print subscription and have not created a digital log-in.
You will need your Indiana Gazette subscription account number in order to register online. Your account number is located on your invoice, or you may call 724-465-5555 ext. 248 Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.; Saturday between 8 a.m. to 5p.m.; and Sunday between 5 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
I’m a current digital subscriber. What do I need to do?
Nothing at all. Your current log-in will continue to provide unlimited access to indianagazette.com. Will I have to log in every time I go to indianagazette.com?
Once you log into indianagazette.com on all of your devices, you should not have to log in again.
What are my subscription options?
Residents within The Indiana Gazette’s home-delivery area are eligible to subscribe to an Unlimited Digital and Print Subscription, providing daily (7-day) delivery of the print edition, plus unlimited digital access to The Indiana Gazette via mobile device or PC. Click here to get started for only $4.99 for the first month, and $15.99 with Auto Pay.
Those not interested in receiving home-delivery service or those outside The Indiana Gazette’s delivery area can sign up for an Unlimited Digital Access subscription, which provides unlimited access to all content on indianagazette.com and e-paper through every device. Click here to get started for $9.99 per month. A Unlimited Digital Access and e-paper 12-month subscription is available for $99.
How are digital subscriptions billed?
Subscriptions are billed through our Auto Pay plan on the debit or credit card of your choice. All major credit cards are accepted. You will be charged on your renewal date (the date you signed up) and your subscription will be renewed automatically every month unless you cancel before the renewal date.
Can I cancel my subscription at any time?
Yes. However, you will not be refunded the current month’s billing fee. Your cancellation will take effect before the start of the next billing period. Once your subscription ends, you will still be able to view a limited number of articles a month on Indianagazette.com just like any other non-subscriber.
What if I choose not to purchase a subscription?
Non-subscribers may view five (5) Indiana Gazette articles online every 30 days. Content limited by the paywall includes all local, regional, national and worldwide news; local, guest and syndicated columns and editorials; photo galleries and videos.
Non-subscribers will have access to multiple resources and guides on The Indiana Gazette Online such as the Business Directory, Real Estate Guide and Auto Directory, as well as select news content at the discretion of the editorial department of The Indiana Gazette.
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What if I previously registered at indianagazette.com and I am not a subscriber?
You are still able to login to this account and utilize the dashboard feature as a registered user, but if you want to access articles and stories that require a subscription you will have to add a subscription to your account.
Can I read Indiana Gazette articles that are shared on social media?
Stories that are accessed through social media including, but not limited to Facebook and Twitter, count toward your monthly limit if you are not a subscriber.
Do articles that I access through a search engine count toward my monthly limit?
Yes. Articles that are accessed via a search engine like Google or Firefox count toward your monthly limit if you are not a subscriber.
If I go back and read an article I've already viewed, will that count toward my limit?
Yes. Viewing an article that you've already read will count toward your limit.
How can I keep track of how many articles I have viewed every 30 days?
A pop-up alert will appear on your screen when you have two articles remaining and when you reach your 30-day limit.
I've signed up for updates like News @ Noon through email. Are these alerts affected by my subscriber status?
No. You do not have to be a digital subscriber in order to receive email blasts from The Indiana Gazette. However, if you aren't a subscriber, the articles that you access through The Indiana Gazette email blasts will count toward your monthly limit. Sign up to receive email updates here.
Experiencing problems accessing your digital subscription?
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 724-465-5555 ext. 248, 8 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. Monday through Friday; Saturday between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 a.m.; and Sunday between 5 a.m. and 9:30 a.m.
Questions about our editorial content? Email email@example.com or call 724-465-5555 ext. 269.
How do I view the e-paper?
While there are a few ways to access the epaper from the homepage, you can always find a link under “subscribers” in the main menu, then choose “e-paper.”
Where can I send suggestions for corrections to errors in editorial content?
The Gazette strives to correct errors or make clarifications as soon as they are brought to our attention. For corrections and clarifications, contact Executive Editor Eric Ebeling at 724-465-5555 extension 269 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
How do I submit a letter to the editor?
Letters to the editor may be submitted via the online form on our website; by email to email@example.com or by mail to Mike Petersen, editorial page editor, The Indiana Gazette, 899 Water St., Indiana, PA 15701.
Letters should include the writer’s address and telephone number so the authenticity of the letter can be confirmed with the writer. No letters will be published anonymously.
Generally, letters should be limited to 350 words. All letters are subject to editing for length and adherence to our guidelines. Letter writers are limited to one submission every 30 days.
How do I comment on Gazette stories? Do I need to be a subscriber?
You do not need to be a subscriber. However, you must be a Facebook user to comment on the Gazette’s Facebook page and on the website. Comments on the website are not linked to comments on the Gazette’s Facebook page.
How do I place a classified ad?
Classified ads can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org or placed by calling 724-465-5555.
How do I get mentioned in the "Inside Indiana" column?
Submissions for “Inside Indiana” can be sent to Margaret Weaver at email@example.com , or by calling 724-465-5555 extension 283.
How do I view previous editions of The Indiana Gazette?
Subscribers can access the past 30 days of e-papers of The Indiana Gazette. Previous editions can always be found through Pastfinder, located under the subscribers tab. Pastfinder requires a separate subscription.
How do I obtain permission to reprint materials from The Indiana Gazette?
If you would like to use any content from The Indiana Gazette in print, online, or on social media, please contact Eric Ebeling at firstname.lastname@example.org or Jason Levan at email@example.com.
Can Gazette staff assist me in locating a missing individual, or information on a deceased individual?
The Gazette staff can research the library to see if there is any relevant content on a missing or deceased person. Please call the office at 724-465-5555 for assistance.
Where is a list of Gazette and Indiana Printing and Publishing employee contact information?
A list of contact information can be found here.