From the Publisher’s Desk: Don’t count on Facebook to deliver your local news

This is a big deal for readers of local news.

I admit to having a love-hate relationship with Facebook. I appreciate how it helps us distribute news to readers. I dislike the lack of civility that Facebook commenters display, compared to those who comment on My Edmonds News.

With Zuckerberg’s announcement, things will be different now and here’s the bottom line:

If you rely solely on Facebook to deliver local news to you, you are about to get a lot less of it.

The simplest way to deal with this issue is to subscribe to our daily newsletter. To do that, send your email address to and specify you want to subscribe to My Edmonds News. It’ll hit your inbox every morning and doesn’t cost a cent. (Of course, voluntary donations to cover our costs are warmly welcomed, and you can do that here.)

You’ll never miss an important story, and you won’t have to rely on Facebook to deliver it.

Until next time,

Teresa Wippel, Publisher

2 Replies to “From the Publisher’s Desk: Don’t count on Facebook to deliver your local news”

  1. Never had Facebook. I refuse to watch cable news. MEN is really the only option for local news. YouTube, alternative media there, is the only place where object national news can be had.


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