true faith : DIGITAL – GET INVOLVED

by • April 15, 2014 • NewsComments (3)830

As has been mentioned a few times here and elsewhere, true faith, will be going 100% loudhailer2DIGITAL following the publication of our last ever paper issue later this month (TF111).

We don’t see this as the end of something but rather the beginning of something else and obviously we’re desperately hoping you help us continue by taking the leap with us.

Its understandable there is a bit of scepticism but the potential is enormous for us to bring out an absolutely superb fanzine for the Digital age.

Whilst retaining everything you have come to love in the paper issue we are looking to expand what we do and we need the help of some clever people out there amongst you.

Whilst we will have more opportunities for supporters to get their written views on Newcastle United into the fanzine we’ll also be looking for more photographers, film and design to become involved with us. If you are interested, please drop us a line at editor@true-faith.co.uk

If you think you have a particular skill you feel could add to what we are doing, please drop us a line and we’ll have a  natter about it.

true faith – only morseo – better, faster, cheaper!

That is all.  TF_INITIALS_LOGO

 

 

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3 Responses to true faith : DIGITAL – GET INVOLVED

  1. Paul Brown says:

    Will it be possible in future, to download issues?
    I signed up with Exact Editions in February but withdrew when I found out that I would need constant internet connection to read TF. As a retiree I like to read while travelling which is not usually possible if internet connection is required.

    • Peter Hill says:

      Hi Paul
      I subscribe to the electronic copy of True Faith and receive it via “Exact Editions”. I never require access to the internet to read each edition once it is down loaded to my tablet. I don’t know why the download isn’t working for you. I love the electronic edition; living in Australia the cost of postage for the paper edition was excessive. When the next edition is available to you, click on it and wait until it down loads, depending on your internet connection, this should only take a few minutes. Good luck.
      Peter Hill