Starting today, readers can get a jump on the next day's news, as WorldNetDaily.com begins posting its main edition two hours earlier: at 1 a.m. Eastern, 10 p.m. Pacific.
"We've always posted the new edition at midnight Pacific, which is 3 a.m. on the East Coast," said CEO Joseph Farah. "Getting the next day's edition online sooner is a big plus – I've always thought earlier was better."
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For the past few months, in addition to the main edition posted at night, WND has added a second edition Monday through Friday, posting each day's "Evening Edition" at approximately 3 p.m. Pacific.
"WorldNetDaily's coverage has evolved over the years," said Farah, "from five-day-a-week coverage to seven daily editions, then to two editions per day, and now to an earlier publishing time.
"Most importantly," he added, "we are constantly posting breaking news developments on our site. Especially with the fast and furious way news events are unfolding these days, we feel that nothing less will do the job."