Tuesday, December 23, 2014

Access is free on Christmas Day

Getting a new screen for the holidays? Take the opportunity to tour CharlotteObserver.com during our Digital Open House on Christmas Day.

Access to all of The Charlotte Observer’s digital content is free beginning at 7 p.m. Christmas Eve. That includes all Observer editions on phones, tablets and desktops.

We’ve assembled some treats especially for Christmas Day:

The 10 most watched videos on CharlotteObserver.com.

The 10 most read stories on CharlotteObserver.com.

The year in pictures for the Charlotte region.

Most memorable Carolinas sports stories of the year.

Best work in 2014 by our Pulitzer-Prize-winning political cartoonist Kevin Siers.

A list of more than a dozen of our staff’s favorite apps.

A collection of fun online quizzes.

This year, more than 30 million people visited CharlotteObserver.com, making it the most viewed local news site in the Carolinas. We were pleased to host them all, and we’d love to have you, too. Come see us.


Anonymous said...

Its ridiculous that its not always free...

Anonymous said...

LOL -- so we can read a bunch of articles that skew so far Left that it makes the Huffington Post look 'balanced'?!

And yes, by omitting publishing certain articles that don't paint Democrats in the way you'd like them to be perceived, you're showing once again, your bias in reporting on ALL the news Observer!

So glad I cancelled my subscription. Even my bird can't stand having your paper underneath it to do its business!

Anonymous said...

Rick, you should be ashamed that the Observer has to charge to view content. Your website is loaded with advertising and most news sites allow access to the news without having to pay as the advertisers pick up the bill. If you want us to pay, get rid of the ads or don't charge.

Anonymous said...

I give y'all a lot of crap during the year because of your left leaning progressive opinions. However, at the end of the day, we are all family and it wouldn't be right if we didn't disagree about something. :) Thanks for allowing free access on Christmas and mega thanks for allowing the free access during the snowstorm earlier in the year.

Anonymous said...

We are such an angry country.
The politicians have divided and
blinded us we can no longer see
or be honest and truthful.

The Observer has given free access and we see that as an opening to
involve in political diatribe.

The truth is there is no fair and balance... From any side,regardless of what they say and how many times they say it.

Just accept it for what it is
use the free time if you wish or not...Chill