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Print Deep, Web Daily: The Reader Goes Monthly in 2015

Beginning in January, this publication, Omaha’s longest-running alternative weekly newspaper, will be cutting its carbon footprint almost in half, expanding coverage significantly and increasing circulation, all by converting to a monthly print and daily online publishing schedule. This format change is intended to pair long-form journalism and community engagement to explore how a new brand of civic journalism contributes to positive change in the digital age. We are looking for 2-4 deep community issues to explore next year, partnering with existing organizations. Each issue will also contain the cultural coverage you know and thematic features — exploring, highlighting, focusing and examining each month’s compelling topic. The 2015 themes will be:

JANUARY
TIME
REFLECTING
A look back at 20 years and a look forward to 2015

FEBRUARY
SEX
LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS
Our oldest pursuit and never ending enigma

MARCH
VISUAL & DESIN
LOVE & RELATIONSHIPS
Our oldest pursuit and never ending enigma

APRIL
GREEN
SUSTAINABILITY
Stewardship in a world of limited resources

MAY
WORK
CAREERS/EDUCATION
From working to live to making a living doing what you love

JUNE
PLAY
SUMMER GUIDE
Go out and get some fun in the sun or live it up under the stars all summer long

JULY
CHILL
HOME/LIFE
Turning house into home and time into comfort

AUGUST
BEST
READERS' CHOICE
The best businesses and organizations in our hometown

SEPTEMBER
ACT
VISUAL & PERFORMING ARTS
The seasonal guide to Omaha’s deep cultural community

OCTOBER
LISTEN
THE MUSIC ISSUE
An annual guide to Omaha’s explosive music scene

NOVEMBER
MIX
CULTURAL DIVERSITY
Broadening our horizons by embracing and respecting our differences

DECEMBER
GIVE
PHILANTHROPY
You give a little but get a lot when you support good causes with time, materials or money

posted at 12:49 pm
on Wednesday, December 03rd, 2014

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