Survey says… Take our 2018 reader survey, tell us what you think of Sky-Hi News and possibly win $100 gift card
We want to hear from you.
At Sky-Hi News, we pride ourselves on recognizing and delivering on the wants and needs of our readers, but we don’t necessarily get a complete picture without input from our communities.
That’s why we have launched our 2018 reader survey, to ask you exactly what you’re looking for in your local newspaper and what really interests you about where you live, work and play.
The survey is quite comprehensive. It asks a series of questions based on what you like in Sky-Hi News, what you most seek out in your local paper, how you like to receive your daily news and more. This information is integral to our mission of delivering the best product we can that is tailored to the areas we serve.
Taking the survey is simple: visit http://www.skyhinews.com/readerssurvey. You can remain anonymous if you wish, but those who enter their name and email address will automatically be entered into a drawing to win a $100 gift card. The survey is only open for a limited time.
Towards the end of each year, our editorial team at Sky-Hi News completes a thorough review of the year’s content. We pour over the editions we’ve produced, the stories we’ve written, the special projects we’ve finished, our digital presence and more, all in an effort to create a realistic and specific strategy for developing the following year’s content. It is a deliberate and crucial process. We never just wait for stories or news tips to come our way because that’s not how a true news outlet operates. The only way we can report the news, particularly as it’s unfolding, is to maintain an active approach. Barring any breaking news, we have a good idea each week on how the next week’s news will look. The journalists here at Sky-Hi are guided each day by a predetermined direction for the content we deliver. We care about what’s most important to our communities and what people actually want to read.
And that’s where you come in.
The feedback we receive from our reader survey helps us navigate our strengths and weaknesses; to determine on what we’ve spent too much time or not enough; the survey answers help us tune in to exactly what our readers and potential readers want to see in our reporting and on the pages of Sky-Hi News.
Our dedication to our readers, advertisers and community is unfaltering. And, with your help through our reader survey, we can continue to deliver on our commitment to being the best news source for Grand County.
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