AntiqueWeek Introduces New Products to Its Lineup In its continued efforts to provide services that collectors, dealers and enthusiasts can use, antiqueweek.com has added an online-only edition and the sale of AntiqueWeek t-shirts.
News-Antique.com - Jun 27,2007 - KNIGHTSTOWN, Ind. June 25, 2006 — AntiqueWeek is announcing the launch of an online-only edition of the popular weekly antiques and auction newspaper. The online-only version of the paper was introduced to offer a new way for all readers to access the vital information regarding the antiques industry today. “In addition to continued home delivery of the print version,” said Tony Gregory, Associate Publisher, “the online-only edition is available to those readers who would prefer to gather their news electronically.” The addition of a paperless version of AntiqueWeek offers a green solution to those more environmentally focused and a pull technology to those who want podcasts, searchable stories and archives as well as portability.
To subscribe to the online-only version, go to www.antiqueweek.com and click on the subscription link. Current subscribers do not need to subscribe to the online-only version; their print subscription includes full online access. The online-only version of AntiqueWeek is $30, which is a savings of $11 from the printed version’s one-year subscription price and includes the added value of access to all regional editions.
The entire printed version of AntiqueWeek, including all advertising, is uploaded to the website each Saturday morning. It is keyword searchable and readers can link directly to advertiser’s websites from the articles. Subscribers simply have to sit down at their computers with a copy of their mailing label handy and sign up for the website. All issues of AntiqueWeek back to August 2006 are now online and can be searched.
AntiqueWeek’s website has another change this week, offering AntiqueWeek t-shirts for sale. The red t-shirts range in size from small to extra large and will cost $10 plus $2 shipping and handling. They have the AntiqueWeek logo on the front and the website on the back of the shirt.
“These are the shirts our staff members often wear to shows,” said Gregory. “We were getting requests from readers asking how they could get a shirt, so we decided to make them available.” The t-shirts are available on the website or by calling 800-876-5133.
Always striving to remain the source for antique news, AntiqueWeek will continue to add new elements to the website.
For additional information on the new AntiqueWeek products, contact Emily Myers or visit www.antiqueweek.com. The main content of the website is updated weekly to release news in the same timely manner as the printed newspaper.