The San Francisco Chronicle Goes Glossy

November 10, 2009 1 Comment

San Francisco Chronicle Who says traditional newspapers are going passe? The San Francisco Chronicle seems bent on bucking that trend as it goes to print sections of the widely read newspaper on high quality glossy paper.

The Bay Area’s largest newspaper which uses recycled paper on its page will use glossy paper on different sections, scheduled differently whether its weekdays or weekends. The glossy pages can be recycled as well. The move is aimed at providing readers and advertisers more vivid photos, graphics and advertisements. It is admirable how the newspaper are implementing enhancements for improvement.

It remains to be seen though if other dailies would emulate this move of the San Francisco Chronicle.

But it is probably not yet too late to get a subscription to get the news traditionally – over your morning coffee or while you’re inside public transport commute.

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