Like many thousands of our loyal readers, I still prefer Irvine Community News & Views (ICNV) in its traditional print format. You know what I mean — ink on paper, and page-after-page of what I call an “old-fashioned, hold-it-in-your-hands” community newspaper.
But, we at ICNV understand realities. The plain fact is that most people now get most of their news electronically, off a screen. And that’s true of local community news, too. We proudly take note of the fact that our ICNV Facebook following has crossed another remarkable milestone: 22,000 people! This is three times what it was just a few years ago.
Our growing ICNV online readership has important advantages. We provide our online readers with more news, frequent updates, and an occasional “Call to Action” for civic activists who care about important community issues, like the long-promised Veterans Cemetery.
So, if you’re not already an online subscriber to Irvine Community News & Views, why not become one today?
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