Main Street Media of Tennessee partners with PressReader for Main Street Nashville, a new digital newspaper for the greater Nashville area. Published Monday to Friday, Main Street Nashville’s digital edition is powered by PressReader’s premium solution Branded Editions.

It offers readers an enhanced reading experience with video reports, photo galleries, and other interactive features, including on-demand audio narration, read offline and translation to 18 languages.

“Many readers prefer a curated and well-edited package of news, which is exactly what the e-edition will be. Subscribers will be able to enjoy reading it on their mobile device or desktop,” explained Dave Gould, owner of Main Street Media of Tennessee, in a previous announcement.

Main Street Media of Tennessee publishes 12 community newspapers, 15 websites, social media pages, magazines and podcasts with a hyper-local focus. The publisher has been recognized for its strong journalism by the Tennessee Press Association with 56 awards in the 2020 Press Contest.

This partnership further reinforces Branded Editions’ positioning in the US market, proving once again the strategic benefits that digital delivery and distribution bring to local publishers. Last year, Colorado publisher Chris Reen launched the digital-only newspaper Denver Gazette powered by Branded Editions, a few months after the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette’s award-winning relaunch.

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