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This page has two sections, Newsletters (A directory of e-mail news delivery sites) and Mailing Lists (A directory of opt-in & discussion lists), which are Opt-in lists with one or several subjects being discussed.


Newsletters

Most Free email news deliveries require you to sign up or resister for the service. The procedure is usually free, simple and easy.


EzineHub.com   [New Window]

EzineHub.com is a newsletter search engine and directory, updated daily. They say they are "dedicated to meeting the needs of ezine publishers, authors and subscribers by creating a one-stop repository of practical information and useful tips for the ezine community."

azcentral.com   [New Window]

Sign up for azcentral.com e-mail newsletters and you'll get customized news and information to your inbox. There's no easier way to get news and information from the local sources you trust - The Arizona Republic, Channel 12 News and azcentral.com.

C.M. Perme Newsletters & Articles   [New Window]

Since 1991, Organizational Development Consultant and Large Group Facilitator, Catherine Perme, has been publishing a quarterly newsletter concerning topics of leadership, change management and facilitation techniques and technology.

You can browse (view a Title and Summary of each newsletter and article published) or search the Articles & Newsletter Archive for a specific keywords or title. Adobe Acrobat Reader is required to view these newsletters. Acrobat Reader is available free from Adobe.com.

Baltimore Sun newsletters     [New Window]

Create your own page by choosing from among more than 80 predefined topics, or create your own topics based on keywords of your choice. Available newsletters include:
Spotlight weekly update
Spotz Entertainment monthly newsletter
Registered users can access the preceding two weeks of SunSpot.net stories for free. Just use the search box on the left side of every page

DallasNews.com   [New Window]

There is a variety of e-mail newsletters. You will need to register and subscribe to receive a newsletter and save them. If you would like to see what the newsletter has to offer and preview the latest version, click the "Preview this newsletter" link in the description of each newsletter.

Chicago Sun-Times Newsletters   [New Window]

Receive newsletters on News, Entertainment and Sports. Registration required. News includes;

      Sports newsletters include;
Cincinnati.com   [New Window]

From the Enquirer & The Post - What's happening in Cincinnati this weekend? Looking for the word on the best restaurants and movies? Want the inside scoop on each weekend's best bets and big events? If you've got an email address, subscribe to Cincinnati.Com's free weekly entertainment newsletter! Distributed by email, the "What's Happening" mail list lets you tap into our restaurant and movie reviews on the Web -- a day or more before they hit the street in The Enquirer's popular WEEKEND section.

DenverPost.com   [New Window]

Registration provides free and instant access to premium Broncos content, breaking news, e-mail newsletters, contests and more. As a Member of The Denver Post you get access to the following benefits:

Sun-Sentinel.com  Fort Lauderdale, FL    [New Window]

Sign up to receive any or all of the e-mail newsletters offered by Sun-Sentinel.com. Available newsletters include: Breaking news updates, Weekly entertainment events and Hurricane newsletter.

Sun Sentinel Fort Lauderdale, FL Mobile    [New Window]

Now you can have the latest news sent to your phone via text message. Read the instructions on this page on how to sign up. The alerts are free, but your normal text fees from your carrier may still apply.

Get the latest South Florida news, sports and more anywhere you go by pointing your mobile device to mobile.sun-sentinel.com.


Houston Chronicle   [New Window]

HoustonChronicle.com provides various e-mail products for their users. To start or stop delivery of weekly newsletters or daily Chronicle news content from HoustonChronicle.com by e-mail, enter your e-mail address at this page.

New York Times   [New Window]

Registration required (Free), see top upper right of page, click on register. Once registered you canset up which news sections you would like to have emailed to you every day.

Norfolk Virginian-Pilot   [New Window]

Weekly updates - Be the first to know what's going on in Hampton Roads and on HamptonRoads.com -- new site features, the latest movies, restaurants, events and more!

Daily headlines - Start your day with an email summary of the top news and entertainment headlines from Pilot Online and HamptonRoads.com. It's easy -- let the Web site come to you!

InsideBayArea.com   [New Window]

The newsletters are delivered to your e-mail box in HTML format. Depending on your e-mail software, you will receive a page that looks like the page on InsideBayArea.com or related sites and contains working links to all the other areas of the site. This service is free.

PittsburghLIVE.com   [New Window]

PittsburghLIVE.com Newspapers: Tribune-Review, Pgh. Tribune-Review, Valley News Dispatch, Daily Courier, Valley Independent, Leader Times, The Herald, Blairsville Dispatch and KQV Radio.

Mailing Lists, Discussion Groups
e-newsletters [New Window]

"internet.com's e-mail newsletters are designed to be informative and non-intrusive. When you sign up for one of our e-mail newsletters you receive timely, accurate, and useful information mailed directly to your desktop."

Inc.com   [New Window]

To subscribe: Enter your e-mail address and check the boxes next to the newsletters you want to receive (weekly, monthly or periodicals). Choose the format -- text, HTML, or AOL-enhanced -- that you prefer. Click on Sumbit & that's it.

IDG.net   [New Window]

With over 300 websites worldwide, IDG offers the most extensive online technology content on the Internet. IDG.net is the technology search engine that enables users to find the technology information they need quickly, easily and simply.

GamePro.com Weekly Newsletter   [New Window]

Sign up now and receive a free weekly Newsletter direct from Gamepro! Automatically find out about all the newest news, previews and reviews each week. The best part is that you'll get a heads up on all the contests that are running.

Opt-In Email (News/Information) [New Window]

Information and valuable offers by e-mail. Targeted third-party mailings that will notify you of products and services that meet your interests.

Moderated Discussion Lists [New Window]

"internet.com's Moderated Discussion Lists are used by Internet professionals to exchange information about their work.

Discussion Lists are sent to subscribers in two formats: post-by-post and digest. Subscribers to post-by-post format discussion lists receive an e-mail any time any member of the list sends a message. Subscribers electing digest mode receive a daily compilation of all posts sent to the list in one daily mailing."

Archaeology Discussion Lists [New Window]

"The original list of discussion groups for archaeologists & anthropologists was compiled by Allen H. Lutins: http://home.worldnet.fr/~clist/Anthro/index.html, and was sent out by David Lipovitch over the discussion list ANE (22 Sept 1994)....."

Discussion Groups [New Window]

CTI Music : A List of Musical Discussion Lists [New Window]

A long, but not annotated, List of Musical Discussion Lists. Instruments are not listed.