May I link to or use Review-Journal content on my blog or another website?
Material in the Las Vegas Review-Journal, both in print and online, is covered by various copyrights. Editorial material and photographs may not be copied or reproduced without express written permission of the newspaper. However, the newspaper welcomes hyperlinks to its online editorial copy. We request that you utilize the headline and no more than the first six (6) paragraphs of any editorial material linked to. Any material reproduced with permission of the newspaper must note, “© Las Vegas Review-Journal, Inc. (year), used with permission.” Requests for editorial permissions should be directed to Editor Keith Moyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Managing Editor Glenn Cook (email@example.com).
How can an error get corrected?
The Review-Journal corrects factual errors called to its attention. Correction requests should be directed to Editor Keith Moyer at firstname.lastname@example.org or Managing Editor Glenn Cook at email@example.com.
Will the Review-Journal remove information?
The Review-Journal is a first draft of the history of Las Vegas and Nevada. As a matter of practice, the newspaper does not remove, delink or de-index published material from its historic archives, electronic databases or printed bound volumes.
May the Review-Journal be used in a book, movie, or other commercial use?
Requests for use of the Review-Journal for book reprints, photo reprints, movies, TV shows and other commercial uses should be directed to Publisher Craig Moon at firstname.lastname@example.org. The proposed use should be disclosed in the initial email. Each use is considered on an individual basis and payment may be required.
Permission is not granted for use of Review-Journal editorial material in advertisements.
I saw an ad for a contest. Where can I enter online?
A: You can find all of our available contests on the Contests and Promotions section.
I have a question or a problem with the delivery of my newspaper.
All of your home delivery questions or problems can be resolved by our customer service team at 702-383-0400.
I tried to comment on a story, but your website requires I sign in for comments using access to another account I use like my Facebook account. Why did you make that change?
A trend in the industry is to require users who want to comment to verify their identity through sites such as Facebook to remove anonymous individuals or fictitious names. We believe this will make our comments section more valuable to our readers and help improve the conversation around news.
My comment did not show up on the site. Why?
Comments on the website are filtered through a system. You comment may get caught by a filter and have to be reviewed by a staff member before it goes live.
Why can't I find a specific news story online?
We do not guarantee that all stories that are in the newspaper will be run online.
Currently, the only way to assure that you can catch all the news stories in our newspaper from a given day is to purchase that day's newspaper or subscribe to our home delivery or e-Edition. Contact our circulation department for information on purchasing a newspaper at 702-383-0400.
How do I find a story that was published in an earlier edition of your paper?
Las Vegas Review-Journal news articles online go back as far as mid-2007. Should you be searching for a specific story older than that date, please contact the Public Library.
I posted a new event to your calendar. Why hasn't it shown up yet?
The calendar section of the web site goes through a submission moderation period. Pending submissions are approved during regular business hours, Monday through Friday. If your event submission was made after business hours or over the weekend, it would not appear until the next business day once all pending calendar submissions have been monitored. We do not guarantee approval of your calendar entries.
Where do I send my press releases?
You may submit your press release through our online form. Las Vegas Review-Journal does not guarantee publication of your press release. Please include your full name and contact information should we have questions.
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