HudsonValleyDailyThe Rogovoy Report has added HudsonValleyDaily to its stable of free e-newsletters, which now include BerkshireDaily, BerkshireWeekend, and the recently launched HudsonValleyWeekend (sign up for the latter here).

Those interested in becoming charter subscribers to HudsonValleyDaily can sign up for free here.

Like its sister publication, BerkshireDaily, HudsonValleyDaily is published five days a week, Monday through Friday, arrive in subscribers inboxes around 7am, and aggregates news and feature content from online sources from around the corner to around the globe. In this case, the “corner” is New York State’s upper Hudson Valley, from approximately Poughkeepsie to Saratoga, with a particular emphasis on the exciting riverside city of Hudson, N.Y.

HudsonValleyDaily also links to original content from the Rogovoy Report – the online magazine of cultural news and observations by award-winning cultural critic Seth Rogovoy – and offers advertisers in the Hudson Valley and Berkshire regions opportunities to get their brands, products, messages and events across to a highly engaged readership.

As with BerkshireDaily, BerkshireWeekend and HudsonValleyWeekend, the logo for HudsonValleyDaily was created by Jen Ødegaard.

BerkshireDaily, BerkshireWeekend, HudsonValleyWeekend and the Rogovoy Report are advertiser- and reader-supported e-newsletters and a website providing free services to subscribers and the local business, civic, and cultural organizations that receive coverage in these online platforms.

Please help insure the continuation of these services by encouraging your friends both in and out of the Berkshires and the Hudson Valley to subscribe to the e-newsletters, by visiting the website regularly, by clicking through to advertisers’ websites, and by advertising your businesses and events on these platforms.

And remember — say you saw it in BerkshireDaily, BerkshireWeekend, HudsonValleyWeekend and on the Rogovoy Report.





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