Subscribers now have exclusive access to the Houston Today online

As of April 30, 2012 Houston Today subscribers will enjoy full access to the newspaper's premium online content at no additional cost.

As of April 30, 2012 Houston Today subscribers will enjoy full access to the newspaper’s premium online content at no additional cost.

That means all website content is now included in the cost of your paid subscription.

Subscribers will enjoy privileges such as the ability to forward stories via email or social media accounts, participate in online discussions and access all content.

Thank you for choosing the Houston Today newspaper as your trusted source of in-depth local news and information.

We are pleased to bring you coverage of news, sports, and more 24 hours a day.

Effective Monday, we will introduce charges for digital subscriptions for those who do not subscribe to our print edition. In doing so, we join a growing number of newspaper companies across the country that have taken this step.

As with other papers that have begun charging for  premium content online, we view this as an investment in the future  so we can continue our mandate to offer a credible report of news, information and opinion.

No organization can match the Houston Today newspaper for breadth and depth of local news, and revenue derived from digital subscriptions will contribute to the ongoing investment in that mandate.

All subscribers to the Houston Today print edition will have access at no additional charge to all content at www.houston-today.com.

If you receive the paper via the regular mail go to  www.houston-today.com./subscribe/, enter your subscription number from your paper’s address label, into the portion of the page marked “Current Print Subscribers” and you will be asked to answer a few short questions, after which your subscription will be verified and you will have complete access to our site.

All access entitles you to:

–Subscriber content online: at www.houston-today.com, you will be able to look at all stories,

photos and videos, post comments on stories and read what others are saying.

–e-Edition: You will be able to access our new e-edition, an exact replica of the

printed newspaper.

We value every one of our readers and appreciate the trust you have placed in us.

We look forward to serving you. If you have questions, please look at our guide to Frequently Asked Questions on our home page.

 

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