By: E&P Staff
USA Today announced Sunday that it would begin printing in Hawaii for the first time Nov. 8, under a contract with The Honolulu Advertiser.
The printing agreement will allow early morning delivery of USA Today on all the Hawaiian Islands. The previous arrangement provided afternoon delivery of the newspaper after it was flown in from San Francisco.
“Printing in Hawaii will allow us to better serve our readers in that area, particularly business and leisure travelers,” said Craig Moon, president and publisher of USA Today, in a statement.
USA Today is currently printed at 35 sites in the United States and at four sites abroad.