USA Today has announced the launch of two new electronic editions in a partnership with Tenavia Press.
One of the new product offerings bundles the USA Today/NewsMemory e-Edition with local and regional newspaper subscriptions. Subscribers receive both their local newspaper and USA Today as a digital edition. The e-Edition product for each local market is managed by the local publication with Tecnavia.
USA Today said the service has already launched in Tampa, Fla., and St. Paul, Minn.
The USA Today/NewsMemory e-Edition is an exact replica of the print edition, with features including audio-read-back on articles, advanced searches, downloading of individual for printing and e-mailing, and video and live Web links.
The NewsMemory e-Edition was launched for the fall semester for use in high school classrooms as part of USA Today’s 27-year Secondary Education Program.
High school teachers and students receive licenses to access the digital edition of USA Today for class work and homework. With the e-Edition, teachers are now able to project USA Today on a screen or whiteboards for class discussion.
USA Today’s program is currently used nationwide in more than 3,000 school districts.