Industry Research

LCT E-News Goes Weekending

Posted on September 4, 2013

TORRANCE, Calif. — LCT E-News debuts its Weekend Edition on Friday, Sept. 6 as the trade magazine's digital news menu grows in readership.

The new weekly edition, to be e-blasted most Fridays, will focus more on How-To articles, magazine features and original staff produced content of interest to limousine operators and industry vendors.

LCT E-News Weekend Edition will be the third weekly e-newsletter distributed by LCT Magazine, which is celebrating 30 years as the industry's leading magazine, digital media, and multi-platform advertising source, as well as the most heavily attended industry trade show and conference franchise.

  • Weekly Reporter, an e-newsletter tied to the limoforsale.com vehicle reselling site, is distributed Mondays with vehicle, trading and maintenance related content.
  • LCT E-News will remain as the primary digital breaking news source for the global chauffeured transportation industry, which is e-blasted every Wednesday.

All e-mail addresses registered to received LCT E-News and Weekly Reporter will automatically receive LCT E-News Weekend Edition.

Since 2008, the number of unique visitors to LCT’s website, www.lctmag.com, is up 487%, with much of that traffic driven by LCT’s digital news products.

Source: LCT

Related Topics: breaking news, industry media, LCT Magazine

Comments ( 1 )
  • Tony Mehdiof

     | about 7 years ago

    LCT E-News Weekend Edition ! Such a wonderful idea. I've always been a fan of LCT E-News. It's a great source for getting all the latest news related to our industry.

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