San Juan Record adapts to changes, expands to meet reader needs
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The San Juan Record is in the process of developing a “2020 Vision” as the information industry continues to grow and transform.

This vision will result in a few changes in coming weeks. “Our readership has never been larger,” said San Juan Record Publisher Bill Boyle. “The challenge is making sure we change to meet the developing needs of our readers.”

For the past ten years, the San Juan Record has been printed at the MediaOne press in West Valley City. That relationship will end with this issue of the newspaper.

Beginning next week, the San Juan Record will be printed at the Gannett Press in Farmington, NM.

Although there will be a few changes in the newspaper as a result of the new printer, the key features of the printing will remain the same.

“We are excited to report that the San Juan Record will continue to feature color on every page and will be printed on Hi-Brite paper,” said Boyle.

The paper will be printed in several smaller sections.

In addition, the San Juan Record website is in the process of being revamped. The new website, which will be introduced in coming weeks, will feature increased capabilities.

“Beautiful color photography is an important part of the San Juan Record,” said Boyle. “The new website will highlight that photography, much of which comes from our readers.

“In addition, the new website will have increased capabilities for audio and video.”

The changes will also include an increased presence on social media, including Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube.

“We are growing and changing as our readers expand the ways that they receive and process information,” said Boyle. “We plan to continue – and even expand – interaction with our readers.”
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