Wednesday, August 29, 2012

Tomorrow: A Real Newspaper!

[Full disclosure: not only do I know the chief editors of Dispatch International, but I have been assisting with some of the copy-editing for the initial launch of the paper. Therefore my opinion is hardly disinterested!]

The NewsboyTomorrow the new online/print newspaper Dispatch International will be offering a free trial issue to interested readers. The paper will appear in English, Swedish, Danish, and German. Both print and internet versions will be available.

Lars Hedegaard (Denmark) and Ingrid Carlqvist (Sweden) are the editors-in-chief of Dispatch. Their experience in the Danish and Swedish Free Press Societies guarantees that this newspaper will cover topics and points of view that the MSM won’t touch.

For more on the new paper and the issue of free speech, see Lars Hedegaard’s speech and Ingrid Carlqvist’s speech at the Brussels Conference on July 9, 2012.

Here’s what ICLA has to say about the launch of Dispatch International:
Dispatch International — Test Issue of New Newspaper Available on 30 August

A free test issue of Dispatch International, a new weekly newspaper that will enter regular publication from 3 January 2013, will be available on 30 August 2012.

Freedom is currently under threat and the mainstream media seems to be aiding and abetting in the attack rather than fulfilling its duty to defend it. Dispatch International will be a shining beacon of fact that may be the first step in the process of creating a new mainstream media that is fit for the purpose of defending our most sacred liberties.

Ingrid Carlqvist was interviewed about the about the newspaper by Citizen Times — the answers to their questions can be found here.


Anonymous said...

Is there going to be an iPad or Kindle version?

Or just a Kindle version, which you could read on an iPad?

Ingrid said...

There will be an iPad-version later on. We haven't had time to fix it yet, but it will come.

Anonymous said...

Even a Kindle version would be good; I know you can set up blogs to do that, people can subscribe & read blogs on their Kindle, that is (so far as I know.)

Also papers & magazines etc. And as the Kindle app works quite well on the iPad, a Kindle version might be easier to do, and just as handy.

What can I say, I like my iPad!

Anonymous said...

Congratulations! And good luck with the paper!

May it grow up to be a healthy and prosperous being