For news analysis and extended coverage of current affairs nothing beats the daily newsletter by email. Tweets are too short, and Facebook postings too overwhelming. Here are a few e-newsletters to consider.
The Economist – Daily Dispatch delivers headline and paragraph from four stories a day of international interest. It’s short and focused. This newsletter is available for free to registered users as are Editor’s Picks, and New on the Economist.com. The non-paying user may view three articles a week. The paying subscriber has full access to content and more choice in newsletters. Locate the choices through the subscribe button in your user account – the “newsletters” tab. ee The Economist newsletters.
Bloomberg’s newsletter has top business stories and a couple of articles that examine an issue or topic. It’s good if all you need is a sampling. Simply sign up on the front page of the web site for “the best of Bloomberg delivered to your inbox daily” – no fee, no registration required.
CNW – Canada Newswire – a PR Newswire Company – helps you pick up press and news releases on Canadian companies and industries you wish to follow. The e-newsletter has been redesigned to show on all devices and include images.
Most newspapers offer subscription newsletters – sometimes for free, and certainly to paying customers.
- Globe and Mail provides a wide range of newsletters with updates news, business and investing, and life.
- Toronto Star has newsletters for breaking news and sports headlines.
Whatever your interest, you are likely to find a newsletter through a website that will keep you informed.