What changes can I expect with my E&P; subscription?
To meet your critical need for immediate access to timely news and information, we've redesigned and enhanced E&P; online. Our new Web site is your round-the-clock source for:
Breaking news stories updated hourly - real-time coverage of industry news and events as they happen.
Topical reports on every area of the newspaper business - including the newsroom, financial and corporate affairs, advertising and circulation, technology, syndicates and online journalism.
Plus exclusive access to e-mailed news alerts, newsletters, our Articles Archive Database and more!
We've also expanded E&P; magazine. Shifting from a weekly to monthly publication, our significantly larger print edition will include all the features and departments you've come to rely on - with the focus on industry trends, in-depth commentary and analysis that helps put the latest in perspective.
What are the new subscription rates/offers for E&P;?
$99/year for Print and Online - Subscribers receive 12 monthly issues of the newly expanded print edition plus online access to the redesigned website - Editorandpublisher.com
$7.95/month for Online-Only - Subscribers receive online access to the redesigned web site - Editorandpublisher.com BACK TO TOP
When E&P; goes monthly, will the price be the same?
We are not changing our prices since we will be offering so much more in both print and online. Print/Online Combination subscribers will receive 12 monthly issues of the newly expanded print edition plus online access to the redesigned web site - Editorandpublisher.com. However, we now have 1 additional subscription options available. (see descriptions/rates above) BACK TO TOP
Will the change affect my expiration date?
The expiration month of your current subscription will not change. For example, if your expire date was between February 1st to February 28th 2004, your print subscripton will expire with the February 2004 issue and your online subscription will expire February 28, 2004. BACK TO TOP
For Print/Online Combo and Online-Only Subscriber Services:
E-mail address: email@example.com
Phone: (800) 641-2030 U.S., (646) 654-5553 Outside U.S.
Online Access Questions
If I am a current print/online combination subscriber or online-only subscriber, how do I access the online content?
As a print/online combination subscriber you already have access to all of the information on EditorandPublisher.com you just have to activate. Click here and enter the subscriber id off of the mailing label of your magazine and your zip code. BACK TO TOP
How do I get a username and password?
If you are a current print & online combination subscriber all you have to do is activate your account and then you will choose your own user name and password. Click here to enter the subscriber id off of the mailing label of your magazine and your zip code. BACK TO TOP
What if I forget my username or password?
Go to the Forgot Password page, which is accessible on the Account Login page, or Click here and enter your user ID. You will then be prompted to enter the answer to your "hint question" that you chose at the time of sign up. We will email your username and password to you at the email address with which you first registered. If that doesn't work please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Can I share my username and password with other people at my company?
No. That would violate the terms of service that you agree to when subscribing, and thus be grounds for termination of your account. In addition, anyone who logs on to the E&P; website using your id could change your username and password, preventing you from using your account. They would also have access to your credit card information. BACK TO TOP
What changes can I expect in the print edition?
The monthly print edition of E&P; will be expanded from its weekly form and will shift its focus from news to in-depth features, analysis of trends and controversies, profiles of leading figures and opinion. All of the longtime E&P; staff writers-Dave Astor, Mark Fitzgerald, Lucia Moses, Jim Rosenberg, Joe Strupp and Carl Sullivan-will continue to write for the magazine every month. BACK TO TOP
Is there still free content online?
Yes, breaking news from E&P;, the Associated Press and other partners will always be free in our Top Stories section. In addition, selected columns and department stories will be free for a few days before moving into our subscriber-only archive. However, the majority of E&P;'s proprietary news will now be restricted to subscribers only. Also free: industry calender, Newspeople (which includes job changes and promotions in the newspaper industry), and Photo of the Week. BACK TO TOP
How often is the content online updated?
The Web site will continue to be updated throughout the day and with fewer print issues, we'll provide more news every day. BACK TO TOP
Can I access all of the articles from the print edition, online?
Yes, if you're an E&P; (paid) subscriber. Print articles will be restricted to subscribers only. We will no longer publish any print stories in the free section of our Web site. BACK TO TOP
What does the icon mean?
This icon indicates that the content is restricted to paid subscribers only. You'll need your user name and password to access this content. BACK TO TOP
What is QuikCap?
QuikCap is a free service provided by Editor & Publisher Directories. In selected articles you will see (Click for QuikCap) immediately following the name of a daily newspaper. Clicking on this link will retrieve a capsule profile of the newspaper from the E&P; International Year Book Online, including address, telephone number, fax number, email address, web site address, publication plan, Monday-Friday circulation and key personnel in corporate management, editorial and advertising. This profile will appear as a pop-up window in front of the article. You can close the window, click through to the newspaper's web site or visit the Year Book Online home page to find more information on this database of daily and weekly U.S and Canadian newspapers. BACK TO TOP
What merchant name will appear on my credit card or bank statement?
You will see "VNU eMedia Services" on your credit card or bank statement. BACK TO TOP
Who do I contact if I have a billing question about my Online-only or Print/Online combination subscription?
Please contact our customer service department at email@example.com or (800) 641-2030, (646) 654-5553 Outside U.S. BACK TO TOP