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Digital Replica is a full-featured and robust solution for reading print-style newspaper templates on the web. Supported across multiple platforms and devices, our e-Edition provides a pleasant and engaging reading experience anytime, anywhere. Access our e-Editions here: https://the-journal.com/eedition
RSS (Rich Site Summary, often called Really Simple Syndication) is a type of web feed which allows you to access our news content in a standardized, computer-readable format. Use an RSS reader of your choice to easily access our news content. RSS feeds are available here: https://the-journal.com/rss
You can listen to The Journal news with Alexa. In your Alexa app, navigate to ‘Skills’ and search for “The Journal” and enable the skill. You’ll then be able to choose which type of content you want from us such as:
Once enabled, you can ask Alexa various questions to recieve news updates, such as:
While listening to news updates, you can navigate your Flash Briefing with commands like:
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