As of April 8, the Seaside Signal will have a new newspaper electronic e-Edition powered by Tecnavia.

The e-Edition can be read on any computer, mobile device, or e-reader. And e-Edition readers can access an archive of previous editions, or download entire editions for offline reading.

The Seaside Signal's e-Edition is an exact replica version of the print Seaside Signal with many features, including audio-read-back on articles, advanced searches, download of individual articles that can be printed out and emailed, text enlargement, archives, video, live web links and story translation and much more. The new e-Edition is free for everyone to browse until April 30 and is included with print subscriptions to the Seaside Signal, or subscriptions to the e-Edition only are available.

This new feature can be accessed beginning April 8 at

If you previously created an account on the Seaside Signal or Daily Astorian website, you will need to create a new account for the e-Editions.

The Seaside Signal, like other newspapers, has been seeking new ways to serve to readers in the digital age. Tecnavia provides the vital technology to help us accomplish our digital goals. Coming soon, apps for mobile devices and tablets!


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