The Christian Science Monitor announces launch of new weekly edition
The new weekly edition of The Christian Science Monitor will launch April 12, 2009, and will complement daily online Monitor journalism. This new weekly edition will deliver understanding, perspective, and context on key global stories and trends. Some highlights you’ll find are:
- A cover story that will help you connect the dots on pivotal events and emerging trends around the world
- Special features and interviews with citizens around the world that will deliver an understanding of how global events impact individual lives
- Special coverage of the environment, innovations that improve lives, and global financial trends
- An article on a Christian Science perspective on daily life
If you do not currently subscribe, we hope you will subscribe to the Monitor now as it embarks on a second century of fulfilling its mission. The Monitor greatly needs the support and subscriptions of all Mother Church members as Mary Baker Eddy envisioned.
Here’s how you can subscribe to the new weekly edition:
If you already subscribe to the daily print edition of the Monitor or to the Monitor’s international edition, your subscription will automatically convert to the new weekly edition.
You might enjoy these highlights of the Monitor in the news:
Posted: March 1, 2009 | 8:03 am
- The Monitor is featured in a new video titled “Digital Newspapers: The New Reality” that was just installed in the Newseum in Washington, DC. The video can be seen here.
- The Monitor was cited as one of the world’s most-trusted news sources on NewsTrust, a website that tracks hundreds of mainstream and independent news sources to help identify trustworthy news providers from around the world.
- Two major companies will begin advertising on CSMonitor.com this month: Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and Liberty Mutual Insurance.
- Earlier this year, John Yemma discussed the Monitor’s new publishing model on the popular NPR program Fresh Air. You can listen to the interview here.