DID Offers New Subscription LevelJan 31, 2008 06:30 UTC by Defense Industry Daily staff
Yesterday, Defense Industry Daily started offering subscriptions to readers wishing to gain access to the site’s more in-depth analyses. This Defense Industry Insider package includes access to all of DID’s content, as well as upcoming applications such as in-depth search functions and other industry-focused enhancements. DID’s Defense Industry Insider subscribers gain immediate access to additional chronologies, pictures, and more complete analyses for key weapons programs and trends: reference materials available nowhere else.
Readers who are not DII subscribers will still be able to receive the newsletter for free. Most of the in-depth and updated articles, however, will require a subscription to read beyond the initial summary.
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-Tig Tillinghast, Publisher