On Monday, June 24, The Times-Picayune will launch a new print publication.
TP Street will contain local, national and world news, editorial pages, sports, entertainment news, opinion pages, death notices, weather, new puzzles and new comics.
TP Street will be available at 1,500 locations — newsstands, vending boxes, grocery stores and coffee shops throughout New Orleans, and Jefferson, St. Tammany, St. Charles, St. John the Baptist, St. Bernard and Plaquemines parishes. It will cost 75 cents.
TP Street will be published on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Together with the home-delivered Wednesday, Friday and Sunday newspapers and the Early Sunday Edition available for sale on Saturday mornings, it marks the return of The Times-Picayune to daily print publication.
TP Street will not be home-delivered, but it will be available to current and new subscribers online as an electronic edition – an exact digital replica of the newspaper. Subscribers will also have access to an electronic edition of the home-delivered paper, giving them daily access to digital replica of a printed Times-Picayune on their desktops or tablets. The electronic edition can be accessed online at www.tpedition.com.
In addition, the electronic edition will soon be available to people who wish to subscribe to the electronic edition only, at a price of $16.95 per month. It will be available free to give all readers a chance to use it, but will soon only be available to paid home delivery subscribers.
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