The Daily News appears to be continuing to have some issues with the delivery of its online content to its website.
As can be seen on the web page from their site (click on the picture left and see bottom left corner) , the Daily News advises that original content from their news department won't be made available on the Internet for two days after publication, a strange concept of relevant to the day journalism, but hey it's their toy, they can play with it as they wish.
That fixed timeline however seems to be a moving target, as the most recent item posted to the site (as of 11:45 am toady) is dated November 6, which by use of the Counts counter is er, ahem, now some seven days ago....
It's not the first time that they have had problems figuring out the delivery on the Internet, their previous attempt at marketing disappeared few weeks ago, when they switched over to this new system, leaving no archive of their past efforts of chronicling the daily happenings of Podunk.
The gremlins are not theirs alone, the CBC Daybreak North website has had technical issues earlier this week as well, leaving their archives stranded in the past until today.
The Northern View however, seems to have been able to keep things online and streaming fine, with frequent updates on their site during the week of items of interest to the community.