The Augusta Chronicle announced it will stop offering print-only subscriptions of the newspaper and will no longer have a surcharge for its digital platforms, according to Poynter. With this move, the Chronicle will offer one subscription that will cover both print and digital versions of the newspaper. This change is in effect now.
Additionally, the company announced it will release versions of the newspaper for the Kindle Fire and Android tablet in the near future. Currently, the paper offers smart phone editions and an iPad app for mobile devices. Subscribers will still have the option of daily delivery, weekend package or Sunday only.