Boston Globe Home Delivery Not Yet Gone Chernobyl

You splendid readers undoubtedly remember the Great Home Delivery Meltdown from last year when the Boston Globe switched distributors much to the paper’s regret.

This week the Globe not only moved into new downtown digs at 53 State Street, it also switched printing facilities, as Peter Doucette, Chief Consumer Revenue Officer, informed subscribers in an email.

 

 

That was Monday. All went well for three full days. Then came this.

 

 

Indeed, no Globe arrived yesterday at the Global Worldwide Headquarters of Two-Daily Town. When the same email came this morning, the hardreading staff braced itself for more home delivery headaches.

But lo and behold, both papers did arrive today.

So, well done, you former Morrissey Boulevardiers.

And mazel tov on the new home.

One Response to Boston Globe Home Delivery Not Yet Gone Chernobyl

  1. […] since the Boston Globe’s Great Home Delivery Meltdown of 2016 and 2017’s move to a new printing facility, the hardreading staff has significantly lowered its expectations of the cheapskately local […]

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