Nashville Post suspends publishing next week

Nashville Post suspends publishing next week: Subscribers (paid) to NashvillePost.com just received this e-mail announcement:

“Publishing on NashvillePost.com will be suspended beginning August 31 as we study plans to rework the website. We are hopeful that our efforts result in a more editorially robust product that offers even greater value to our subscribers. This review is expected to last a few weeks.

We will inform you as soon as a new plan is adopted for NashvillePost.com. If this review leads to a new and improved business news service, we will be eager to welcome back our subscribers to the revamped site. In the event we decide to discontinue NashvillePost.com, we will stand ready to offer pro-rata reimbursements to our subscribers.

We regret what we hope proves to be just a temporary halt in publishing, but we think it is in the best interest of the site to complete the planning process in as thorough a manner as possible.

While planning for a restructured site began several months ago, Editor David A. Fox subsequently has announced that he will be leaving the publication at the end of the month to open in Nashville a Southeast U.S. office for Titan Advisors LLC, a hedge fund advisory firm led by his brother George Fox in New York.

Until then, NashvillePost.com will continue publishing breaking news on business and politics. We thank you for your support since the site began in January 2000 and ask for your patience as we chart its next step.”

  • lcreekmo

    This is not good. Everyone I know reads the Post religiously. Maybe the problem is that I literally know all subscribers??

  • rex

    That must be it, Laura. Between us, we must know all the subscribers, for, like you, everyone I know reads it.