Missing your Juneau Empire TV guide?

In this Sunday, Oct. 4 edition of the Juneau Empire, many readers noted the omission of the pages outlining television programming for the Juneau area.

The Juneau Empire has discontinued the publishing of this information for the following reasons:

• The vendor was providing consistently incorrect programming information;

• Hence, readers were being forced to find this information in many other places;

• The newspaper was not only paying for information many readers could get elsewhere, but we were also proliferating incorrect information.

After much debate and consideration, management at the Juneau Empire felt discontinuing the publication of the TV guide listings was a responsible business decision.

However, we recognize not everyone has access to television listings posted in locations that do not include the newspaper. If you do not have the scroll-through information accessible on your television, it is possible to locate it on your television provider’s website, or elsewhere on the web by searching “television listings juneau.”

Please note we will continue to search for a vendor that carries the accurate listings.

As a newspaper, it’s our job to create a product that is valuable and useful for our readers and advertisers. If the omission of this service is something that you feel strongly about, please don’t hesitate to let us know by calling us at 586-3740.

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