Newsletter publishing platform Substack has introduced publication sections for its newsletters, which will allow writers "to create and manage multiple newsletters or podcasts within a single main publication," the company announced Thursday. "As your publication grows, you might start to expand what you offer to readers," Substack explained in a blog post. "For example, you may want to add a separate section for a podcast series, for regional or topical content, or for posts in other languages." Subscribers can opt in or out of receiving emails for each section. "We're excited to build more tools that give writers the flexibility to grow their media empire and give readers more agency over what they read," the blog post states. Substack CEO Hamish McKenzie described to the Financial Times what the new sections might look like: "Maybe you have something on politics for example, and something on sports, and something on religion within the same publication." Sections aren't quite a new concept in publishing; many news sites (including The Verge ) are usually divided into sections, like tech, science, entertainment, and so on. And before online news sites had sections, newspapers were divided by topic into sections like sports, business, and local… Read full this story
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