Apr 15 2006
09:04 am

Here's an e-mail campaign to encourage the KNS to keep their new policy of not requiring registration. If you agree, help me try out the new e-mail campaign feature by participating. Here's the link:


JustJohnny's picture


After submitting my "thank you", this is what I get back from Mr. Lail:

We haven't done that and your email is appears to be part of a series of chain letters thanking us for something we haven't done and have no plans to do.

-- jack lail

Am I being too sensitive, or does that just sound pompous?

JustJohnny's picture

another note from Mr. Lail

What has happened is we modified our registraiton so that infrequent readers will have not have to register.

You may be able to read X number of stories before the wall kicks in.

We're still playing around with what X is.

-- jacklail

R. Neal's picture

Funny, that's not what the

Funny, that's not what the General Manager/Interactive Media for Scripps was quoted as saying at Micheal Silence's blog.

"Some of our newspaper sites still have full registration, some temporarily have none (like Knoxville) and some allow anywhere from 2-8 views per month without someone being registered."


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