Pensacola News Journal Switches To Postal Delivery

The Pensacola News Journal is joining a host of other Gannett newspapers in switching to postal delivery of its print editions. 

“As we continue to expand the many ways we reach our growing audience through our print newspaper,, our apps and an expanding list of social media platforms, we are changing how we distribute the paper,” writes Lisa Nellessen Savage, executive editor of Pensacola News Journal. “Starting Monday, we are partnering with the U.S. Postal Service to deliver the Pensacola News Journal.”

Subscribers who avail themselves of the paper’s digital news will find bonus content, and they will have access to the entire USA Today network, Nellessen Savage adds. 

In addition, the print edition will arrive the day of publication, except on weekends, when the Sunday issue will hit on Saturday.

This is in line with the change being seen throughout the news business, particularly in Gannett titles.  



“The transition from carrier to Postal Service delivery will ensure we can provide a more consistent experience for our valued subscribers,” Michael A. Anastasi, vice president of Local News at Gannett, recently said.  

The move may make sense for Gannett, at which digital now accounts for 41% of its revenue. The publisher achieved a 2.9% increase in total digital revenues to $277.1 million in Q4 2023.

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