The Huffington post, one of the most widely read online news sites, has decided to start a free energy subscription program.
The news site announced on Wednesday that it will provide readers with free access to a variety of articles, videos, podcasts and more through a free subscription service.
This includes all news, entertainment and politics, with the Huffington Post and its partner, The Verge, covering the most important stories from around the world.
The Verge also announced on Tuesday that it would be offering a new newsletter subscription service to readers, offering a weekly newsletter featuring exclusive content.
The newsletter will be available from The Verge’s home page.
According to the announcement, subscribers will be able to sign up for the newsletter for free, receive the latest news, or subscribe to a specific topic to receive more of that content.
“We’re thrilled to partner with The Huffington Posts to deliver the best in entertainment, technology, and health to readers everywhere, but also to give readers the tools to keep up with the news and the latest events on a personalized basis,” the Huffington post said in a statement.
The service will initially be available to The Huffington posts subscribers only, and will expand over time.
The service is currently available only to The Verge subscribers and their email addresses.
“The Huffington Post has always been a leader in digital content, so we’re excited to work with the site to deliver a curated experience that is a perfect complement to The HuffPost’s editorial staff,” The Verge co-founder and CEO Daniel Ek said in the statement.
“The Verge and The Huffingtonposts are committed to making sure that our content remains relevant, but we’ll be sharing more details on our partnership soon.”