CDT launches new Edition featuring curated interactive content and the latest news and sports

Earlier this month, I hinted that a new, improved electronic edition was coming. Now I’m excited to share that the Centre Daily Times’ Edition is here, and I invite you to explore this new daily online product that’s curated exclusively for you, every single day.

As our digital transition continues to evolve, many of our subscribers have embraced the electronic version of our newspaper, which arrives in inboxes early each morning. Readers have shared feedback about that product and things they wish were different. We heard you and developed solutions.

The first thing to know about Edition is that it’s not a replica of our print paper. It offers much more.

But it does have a look that newspaper fans will love, and it’s still curated by us with the Centre County news and sports that are important to you, followed by national and lifestyle stories in different sections.

Edition is also free from the deadline restrictions that keep print from feeling current.

An immersive and intuitive digital platform, Edition is a new experience for readers that was designed with you in mind. It includes timely Centre County news and other hand-picked, interactive content all in one place.

Here are some highlights:

  • Responsive tabbed pages and quick access section navigation.

  • Story links inside articles that let you dig deeper into what you’re reading.

  • The ability to watch videos and browse photo galleries that visually enrich your reading journey.

  • Interactive puzzles and games you don’t need to print to enjoy (though you still can if you want to).

  • Enhanced features that make it easier to share your favorite articles.

  • Bold design and intuitive navigation that gives you a pleasing reading experience on all devices — desktop computer, laptop, phone and tablet.

  • Access to content even when you’re not connected to the internet.

The news you’re looking for will be easier to access, easier to read and easier to share with others. And let me repeat this because it’s something I know readers have been looking for: interactive puzzles.

How you get Edition stays the same. It arrives each morning in your email inbox or you can click on the link in the upper left of the homepage at If you’re a subscriber who hasn’t activated your digital access, don’t miss out — you can sign up online.

We encourage you to start your day with Edition (it pairs well with a cup of coffee) and visit throughout the day to get the latest news. You can also sign up for our newsletters to make sure you never miss a big story.

Edition is the latest effort in our goal of providing strong, independent and essential local news coverage daily, on multiple platforms, to subscribers like you.

As always, thank you for subscribing and for your support of local journalism. If you don’t have a subscription, please consider one to help us continue to deliver the content that’s important to our community.

We can’t do it without you.

If you have questions or feedback about Edition, please contact our Customer Care team at (888) 237-3801 or

You can learn more about Edition, as well as all the CDT’s digital products, during a subscriber forum from 6-8 p.m. May 8 at SpringBoard, 221 W. High St., Suite 1300, Bellefonte.

Jessica McAllister is the executive editor of the Centre Daily Times.