Frequently Asked Questions

Registration

Can I use Dispatch.com without registering?

Yes - You can read up to five articles a month without registering. You will need to register and log in, however, to participate in DMG Rewards, manage your email newsletter preferences, access the E-Edition, BuckeyeXtra premium content and Digital D, and manage your service account online.

How do I register?

Once you have read five complimentary articles in a month, the site will provide you a prompt to register or subscribe. Once you register, you'll gain access to an additional five complimentary articles a month. You must be 13 years old or older.

What should I do if I forget my password?

Follow these steps:

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  2. Click on the text that reads "I forgot my password"
  3. Follow the prompts to reset it

How do I change other registration information?

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Do you sell your subscriber or registration list?

We do not sell the email addresses, names, street addresses or interests information about the users of our services. We will periodically send you relevant messages regarding products and services offered by The Columbus Dispatch and our promotional partners. These promotions will be tailored to the interest categories you have indicated and are controlled by The Columbus Dispatch. Your identity will not be revealed to the marketer unless you respond directly to the marketer's offer and provide your information.

You may opt-out of these communications at any time using the link located at the bottom of all email communications or you may customize your email preferences on dispatch.com/newsletters.


Search

Is searching Dispatch.com free?

All results, except those obtained from a search of the Dispatch Archive, are free to active subscribers. Non-subscribers will be limited to viewing 5 premium content stories per month. Non-subscribers who register are eligible to view 10 premium content stories per month.

How do I search?

Just type the words you want to search for in the text box and click the magnifying glass button.

What can I search?

Searches bring back results from Dispatch.com, the Dispatch Archive, Dispatch affiliate sites and even the entire Web.

Click a button below the search box in the header to focus your search. You can choose from these areas:

Dispatch.com: Searches the past seven days of content on Dispatch.com. Most results from The Columbus Dispatch were posted within the last week. Earlier stories are available through the Dispatch Photo Store.

May I search the archive at public libraries?

This archive is available free of charge at many public libraries in the Columbus area - all of the Columbus Metropolitan Library branches. Searches may be conducted on site at the library or from the library's website with a Columbus Metropolitan Library card number.

Where can I find Dispatch stories printed before 1985?

The print editions of The Dispatch are available on microfilm back to 1871. The microfilm is available at the Main Branch of the Columbus Metropolitan Library, 96 S. Grant Ave., and some other community libraries (please call ahead to your neighborhood library to see if it is available). See library's website,

How can I subscribe to The Dispatch?

We offer subscription options to fit the needs of most contemporary readers. To choose the option that best suits your lifestyle, visit us online 24/7 here. Or you may call us at 1-877-734-7728 on Monday - Friday from 6:30 a.m.to 3 p.m., and Saturday from 7 a.m.to noon, or Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Where is my paper today? Why is it late? Why hasn't it been delivered?

While we strive to get each and every newspaper we deliver on our subscribers' doorsteps on time and in perfect condition, late or missed deliveries occasionally happen due to such factors as late-breaking news, press malfunctions of adverse weather conditions.

Who can I call when my paper is late or never arrived?

Your newspaper should be delivered by 6:30 a.m. on weekdays and 8 a.m. on weekends and holidays.

To instantly report a service issue, please visit Dispatch.com/service. You may also use the Live Chat feature on our Contact page or call 1-877-734-7728 on Monday - Friday from 6:30 a.m.to 3 p.m., and Saturday from 7 a.m.to noon, or Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. To ensure same-day redelivery, please contact us before 9:30 a.m. on weekdays, 10:30 a.m. on Saturdays; and noon on Sundays.

I'm going on vacation, how can I temporarily hold delivery of the paper?

The Columbus Dispatch does not provide credit for a temporary delivery suspension of 30 days or less. To temporarily suspend your home delivery service, you must give us at least 2 business days notice. During a temporary delivery suspension, unlimited digital access to the websites and the digital replica, the E-Edition, will be available, and you will have the option to have the printed newspapers held and delivered upon return. To place a temporary delivery suspension, you may instantly manage your account when it's most convenient for you with our 24/7 Online Customer Service. You may also use the Live Chat feature on our Contact page or call 1-877-734-7728 on Monday - Friday from 6:30 a.m.to 3 p.m., and Saturday from 7 a.m.to noon, or Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. to noon on weekends.

I need to make a payment on my subscription, how can I do that?

With our 24/7 Online Customer Service, you may instantly make a payment when it's most convenient for you. Payment is by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover). We will typically charge your credit card within 5 business days of your completed transaction. If you elect to participate in EZPay, your credit card will be automatically charged the Monday after service begins. Subscription renewals will automatically be charged to that same card on the Monday before the account's paid through date, which is based on my selected subscription length as adjusted for premium edition charges. ALL credit-card transactions and registrations on dispatch.com are done on our secure server. The safety of your information is very important to us. You may also call us with any billing issues at 1-866-790-7748.

What is EZ Pay?

EZ Pay is an automated subscription credit card payment program that saves you time and money by eliminating your need to use a stamp. It's quick and easy to sign up online with our 24/7 Online Customer Service. If you elect to participate in EZPay at the start of your subscription, your credit/debit card be charged on the Monday after service begins. Subscription renewals will automatically be charged to your card on the Monday before your account's paid through date, which is based on your selected subscription length as adjusted for premium edition charges. ALL credit-card transactions and registrations on dispatch.com are done on our secure server. The safety of your information is very important to us.

What are Premium Editions?

Premium editions are published to provide additional information and value. The advertised price does not include the additional charge of up to $4.00 for each premium edition. Premium editions are published to provide additional information and value. Rather than bill you up to $4.00 for each premium edition, you agree that the length of your subscription will be shortened in proportion to the value of the number of premium editions published and delivered to you during your subscription period. There will be no more than 2 premium editions published each month during the subscription term. The timing of the publication and delivery of premium editions is variable.

Where can I find DMG Rewards?

Go to Dispatch.com/rewards. In January of 2017 we updated some of our systems. Why does this matter? If you were a DMG Rewards member before that, you'll need to reconnect your account to the new dispatch.com in order to access your current DMG Rewards status. Sign in using your existing login and provide your account information to reconnect.

Digital Dispatch

I am a Dispatch home delivery subscriber. Do I get unlimited digital access?

Yes. All Columbus Dispatch subscription packages include Digital D, which includes unlimited access to premium content on dispatch.com, BluejacketsXtra.com and BuckeyeXtra.com; Dispatch tablet and smartphone apps; and the E-Edition - a complete, page-by-page digital replica of each day's paper.

If I am already a home delivery subscriber, what do I need to do?

To activate your digital account, go to dispatch.com/activate and choose one of the options available.

I currently subscribe and there are multiple people in my household. Do we all have unlimited digital access?

Each subscription can only be associated with one set of login information, similar to how each physical address would only receive one paper delivery.

What is the difference between premium web content and the E-Edition?

Dispatch.com, BuckeyeXtra.com and BlueJacketsXtra.com contain premium Dispatch web content such as up-to-the-minute news, reporter blogs, video, photo slideshows and other multimedia and more. The E-Edition is a digital replica of the printed paper. On your computer and tablet, the E-Edition offers the page-by-page experience of that day's newspaper or you may choose a tiled view which is optimized for smaller mobile screens. We offer the E-Edition, unlimited access to premium content on the Dispatch family of websites and our mobile apps as Digital D. These options allow you to receive the full breadth of The Columbus Dispatch's award-winning news coverage

What if I don't want to subscribe to Digital Access - can I still read Dispatch.com, BuckeyeXtra.com and BlueJacketsXtra.com for free?

Users receive access to five free articles a month, and get access to five additional articles a month for free by registering. All content labeled with the Xtra icon requires a subscription to access. Access to more than 10 articles a month requires a subscription, which includes unrestricted access to browse the home pages, section fronts, blog fronts, multimedia and classifieds. Your free, limited access resets every month. At the beginning of each calendar month, you'll once again be able to view your limited number for that month.

Why do I have to pay for the E-Edition and/or unlimited premium web content?
The Columbus Dispatchcharges for unlimited digital access so we can continue to invest in the quality journalism you know and love. We've set the limit high enough that many readers won't encounter it. But if you're a regular reader, we hope you'll consider subscribing to Digital D, which includes the E-Edition and unlimited access to Dispatch.com, BuckeyeXtra.com, BlueJacketsXtra.com and our mobile apps and web sites.

Can I get access on my mobile phone or tablet? What devices are supported?

Yes, our websites are mobile-responsive, so you can access content from dispatch.com via internet browser on any web-enabled device such as a smart phone, tablet, or e-reader.

I'm not a Dispatch subscriber. How can I receive unlimited access to premium Dispatch.com, BuckeyeXtra.com and BlueJacketsXtra.com content?

Our Digital Access option is for you. For one low monthly price, you'll receive unlimited access to premium content on Dispatch.com, BuckeyeXtra.com and BlueJacketsXtra.com; Dispatch tablet and smartphone apps; and the E-Edition - a complete, page-by-page digital replica of each day's paper.

Can I purchase unlimited access to Dispatch.com, BuckeyeXtra.com and BlueJacketsXtra.com premium content, but not the E-Edition (or vice-versa)?

We're sorry, but this is not an option at this time.

Once I purchase a Digital subscription when will I get access?

If you make your purchase through dispatch.com, you will gain access immediately. For mail or phone orders, you should receive access within 7 business days.

I have a subscription to he Columbus Dispatch on my Kindle, Nook or other e-reader. Does this give me access to Dispatch.com and BlueJacketsXtra.com?

Because Amazon (Kindle) and Barnes & Noble (NOOK) house your subscriber information we are not able connect Digital D to an e-reader subscription. You will need to purchase a Digital D subscription separately. Access to our E-edition is now available via the mobile browser on most newer e-readers at dispatch.com/eeh5..

What is the cancellation and refund policy?

The Columbus Dispatch may change the product or Website or add or delete features of each at any time for any reason. The Columbus Dispatch may also cancel or suspend your subscription or your access to the Website at any time without notice and for any reason, including but not limited to The Columbus Dispatch stops providing a product in your area or that you are in breach of this contract or fail to pay fees you owe to us or to our agents. If your subscription or access to the Website is canceled, your right to receive the product or use the Website ceases immediately. Cancellation of the product or your subscription will not relieve you of your existing obligation to pay all charges to your account. If The Columbus Dispatch terminates your subscription or access to Website without cause, you will be refunded a pro-rata portion of payments you have previously made for future services to occur after the termination of you subscription or access to the Website. No refunds will be made related to time periods during which your subscription or access to the Website was active.

You may cancel your subscription or product at any time and for any reason. All Columbus Dispatch subscription services are continuous. To avoid additional charges, you must cancel your subscription by contacting our Customer Service Team at 1-877-734-7728 on Monday - Friday from 6:30 a.m.to 3 p.m., and Saturday from 7 a.m.to noon, or Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m. Holiday hours vary. If your subscription is cancelled after credit card billing, a pro-rated refund may be due to you based upon your cancellation date. If your subscription service is cancelled within the first 30 days or during its term, and a refund is requested, the refund (less the value of any premium you may have received when you subscribed), will be mailed to you by check within 7 business days. If there is an undisclosed active subscription, the monies, less the premium value, will be applied to the existing account. Monies collected will first be applied to any inactive account that has a balance due. Any subscription downgraded prior to term end, will be downgraded less the value of any premium you may have received when you subscribed.

Questions/Comments?

Customers can call 888-330-7567


E-Edition For Computer, iPad and Mobile

Can I use the Dispatch E-Edition without registering?

No. The Columbus Dispatch E-Edition is a premium product available by subscription only. You must register to use this product.

Am I eligible to access the E-Edition free of charge?

No. The Columbus Dispatch E-Edition is a premium product that requires a subscription and registration with Dispatch.com. Subscribe today!

How will you know if I'm a subscriber to The Columbus Dispatch?

You'll need to log in to access the e-edition, and the first name, last name and phone number on your Dispatch.com registration account exactly match the information on your subscription account. If you already have a Dispatch.com account and would like to update your information, you can Manage Your Profile here. Log in using your email address and password. Next, update your profile and save your changes.

What is the payment method to receive the E-Edition?

Payment is by credit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express or Discover). You'll enter your credit-card information when you complete your order. We will typically charge your credit card within 5 business days of your completed order. ALL credit-card transactions and registrations on dispatch.com are done on our secure server. The safety of your information is very important to us.

How do I change my credit card information?

Please call a Customer Relations Associate toll free at 1-877-734-7728 on Monday - Friday from 6:30 a.m.to 3 p.m., and Saturday from 7 a.m.to noon, or Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Can I still use the Dispatch E-Edition if I live elsewhere part of the year?

Sure! Choosing a Digital subscription is ideal for keeping up-to-date on your community while you are away.

How do I subscribe to Digital Access?

All subscriptions to The Columbus Dispatch include Digital access. Click here to find the subscription option that fits you best.

How do I navigate between sections of the paper?

Go to the sections button on the top left of your screen on dispatch.com. Click on it to reveal the full navigation menu. You can also navigate by the categories listed from left to right at the top of the dispatch.com homepage.

Can I still view the past seven days of The Columbus Dispatch?

Yes! Click on the E-Edition category label in the top navigation bar of dispatch.com, and then click on the "dates" icon in the top left.

How do I view a text version of an article?

Single-clicking an article in the new E-Edition will zoom in on the article on the page. To view the text version of the article in a popup window, double-click on the article.

Can I view past issues of The Columbus Dispatch?

Yes. You may view up to 7 days of back issues by tapping the 4-box icon in the top left corner of the page.

How do I zoom in on a story?

Single tapping your desired story will zoom and double tapping will open the article window.

What is Replica View vs. Dynamic view?

Replica View is the page-by-page replica of the printed paper. Dynamic View is tile-based photocentric view of the day's paper. The content in the two views are exactly the same.

If my question is not answered here, how do I get help?

Please send an email to our Customer Relations Associates at onlineed@dispatch.com. To speak with a Customer Relations Associate, please call toll free 1-877-734-7728 on Monday - Friday from 6:30 a.m.to 3 p.m., and Saturday from 7 a.m.to noon, or Sunday from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.. Please see our E-Edition page to get an overview of how to use this E-Edition and its many features.


Mobile & Text Alerts

Can I get Dispatch headlines sent to my mobile phone?

Not yet, but this feature is coming soon!

What other products are available for mobile devices?

We offer three apps for mobile devices; the Dispatch app for iOS and Android, the Dispatch Politics app for iOS and Android, and the Dispatch E-edition app for the iPad.

I am having issues with the mobile app, how can I reset it?

Try closing the app and reopening it. If the issue does not resolve, delete the app, and then reinstall it from your app store.


Submissions

Where can I email a letter to the editor?

Send your letters, without attachments, to letters@dispatch.com, or use our online form.

How can I report a news event or tip?

To contact the paper, call 614-461-5200, email us at storyideas@dispatch.com, or use our online form.

How can I place an obituary?

To place an obituary to run in The Dispatch, please call 614-461-5089. To place an In Memoriam or a Card of Thanks, please call 614-888-8888.

How do I place information about a wedding, engagement or other celebration?

Celebration announcements (like engagements, weddings, births, graduations, commitment ceremonies and other special occasions) appear each Sunday in Arts & Life.

To place an announcement, just give us a call at 614-883-4992 and we'll set you up.

How can I place a professional announcement in the Business section?

The Sunday business section runs a Business Announcements feature noting recent hires, promotions, graduations, officer appointments, awards, retirements and more.

You can salute an employee's achievement but calling us at 614-888-8888 or emailing us at businessannouncements@dispatch.com.

You can salute an employee's achievement but calling us at 614-888-8888 or emailing us at businessannouncements@dispatch.com.

How can I submit an event to the Thursday Weekender section?

Send an email with details of your event to weekender@dispatch.com, or write us at Weekender, The Columbus Dispatch, 62 E. Broad St., Columbus, Ohio 43216.

How can I submit an event to run online?

The Dispatch's sister publication Columbus Alive! has an online database of events organized by date and category. Submit your event online.

Submit community and entertainment events to our online calendar free at Dispatch.eviesays.com. Register with an email address to create your account. Before submitting your listing, please do a keyword search to confirm that your event has not already been posted. If you have an event photo, don't forget to submit it with your listing.


Obituaries

Are all obituaries printed in The Dispatch?

Obituaries in The Columbus Dispatch and on Dispatch.com are paid advertisements placed by funeral homes at the request of the family. Not all families elect to place obituaries.

Obituaries of most Franklin County residents are placed in The Columbus Dispatch. However, if the deceased lived in a city outside Columbus that is served by its own newspaper, that person's obituary probably appeared in the closest newspaper and not in The Dispatch.

Where are obituaries available on Dispatch.com, and how can I find older obituaries?

Obituaries published in The Dispatch are available free to all users for 1 year from publication. Please visit the Obituaries page on Dispatch.com.

The Dispatch Archive contains all obituaries that have appeared in the paper since March 1996.

Obituaries before then are available on microfilm, but you must know the approximate date of death to find them.

The Columbus Metropolitan Library and the Ohio Historical Society have the entire run of The Columbus Dispatch on microfilm, dating to its founding in 1871, and may be able to help you obtain a copy of an old obituary.

In person: Most central Ohio libraries have The Dispatch on microfilm for public use. There is no fee to browse the microfilm, though some libraries charge a small fee for printouts.

If you live outside central Ohio your local library may be able to borrow Dispatch microfilm from the Columbus Metropolitan Library under the interlibrary loan program. The Columbus library loans duplicate copies of microfilm, which are not always available.

By phone: The Columbus Metropolitan Library (614-645-2275) fulfills requests through the national interlibrary loan program and charges 10 cents to $2 a page for the service, depending upon circumstances.

To use this service: Call 614-645-2275 to determine the day an obituary was published and the page on which it appeared. The library will search through three days of papers and will help you find a date of death if you don't know it.

Go to your local library and ask the library to obtain a copy of the obituary you want through the interlibrary loan program.

The Columbus library will then fax a copy of the obituary to your local library. In central Ohio, the charge is 10 cents a page. Outside the local calling area, the charge is $2 a page. Library patrons pay these fees to their local library, which in turn pays the Columbus library.

Columbus Metropolitan Library cardholders may also have obituaries faxed to their home in central Ohio for $1 a page.

Private researchers listed with the Ohio Historical Society will also locate and print old obituaries for a fee. Call the society's Library Archives Division (614-297-2510) between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday for a list of researchers. Each researcher sets his own fees and is not affiliated with either The Dispatch or the Ohio Historical Society.

By mail: As a last resort and only for patrons whose libraries do not participate in the interlibrary loan program, the Columbus Metropolitan Library will mail copies of obituaries to people.

The service is more expensive than interlibrary loan service and takes considerably longer.

For information contact:

Columbus Metropolitan Library

Magazines & Newspapers section

96 S. Grant Ave.

Columbus, Ohio 43215

By e-mail: www.columbuslibrary.org

What can you tell me about the Guest Books on the Dispatch.com obituary pages?

A Guest Book is added free of charge to each obituary on Dispatch.com. Online Guest Books allow friends and family to express condolences and share memories. Entries are free and are posted after being reviewed for appropriate content. Friends and family may post a photo in a Guest Book for $4.95.

Guest Books are attached to most online obituaries for 30 days. Anyone can sponsor a Guest Book; sponsored Guest Books remain online permanently or for one year. Learn more about Guest Books.

How can I find a date of death?

Online sources are scarce.

The Columbus Metropolitan Library's news index abstracts obituaries printed between 1960 and 1979 and from 1988 to the present, but does not have the full text of the items. It can be reached by clicking on CML DATABASES at the library's ELECTRONIC RESOURCES page. The library's Web site is at www.cml.lib.oh.us/

The Ohio Historical Society maintains a database of state death certificates from 1913 to 1937. It can be searched at www.ohiohistory.org/dindex/search.cfm.

Ancestry.com maintains a searchable database of Social Security death records. It can be reached at: www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm

Offline sources include:

Columbus Health Department Vital Statistics

181 Washington Blvd., Room 110

Columbus, Ohio 43215-4096

(www.cmhhealth.org)

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Ohio Department of Health

Vital Statistics

Box 15098

35 E. Chestnut St.

Columbus, Ohio 43215-0098

(www.odh.state.oh.us/)

Why does the Dispatch.com obituary page say "Powered by Legacy.com"?

Like more than 175 other leading newspapers in the United States, The Dispatch has contracted with Legacy.com to provide online obituaries. The relationship with Legacy.com allows us to add features such as Guest Books, convenient searching for past obituaries, obituaries for celebrities, and searching for obituaries carried in other newspapers. Please note that all information provided to Legacy.com in connection with obituaries and other services is held in confidence; it will not be given to third parties.

Can I get a laminated copy of an obituary that appeared in The Dispatch?

Yes. Laminations are $5 each, and you can choose from a variety of sizes and graphics. For more information, or to order a lamination, please phone 614-461-5089.

I still need help. Whom should I contact?

For questions about obituaries appearing on Dispatch.com, or guest books, please email Legacy.com or phone toll-free 888-397-9494, ext. 6. More online information is also available. For other obituary questions, please e-mail the online editors.


Advertising

How do I place an ad in The Columbus Dispatch?

There are a number of options, including our Dispatch EZads self-service option for individuals and small business owners. Contact our advertising specialists at (614) 461-5500 for a consultation or visit our Media Kit for rates, ad specs and products.

How do I place an ad on Dispatch.com?

Our team of Digital Specialists are experts in the industry and can help make digital advertising recommendations based off of your company or organization's marketing goals. For more information please contact Digital Advertising Managers Vanessa Warner at 614-461-8836 or Craig Greene at 614-461-5143

How do I place a classified ad?

Visit DispatchClassifieds.com or call (614) 888-8888 for merchandise, garage sales, pets and general classified ads. Check out these helpful tips to create your ads.

For employment, visit ColumbusJobs.com or call (614) 461-5117.

For real estate, visit ColumbusRealEstate.com, or call (614) 888-8888.

For auto sales, visit ColumbusCars.com or call (614) 888-8888.

How much does an ad cost?

Costs are dependent on many factors. Contact our advertising specialists for a solution that delivers the right message to the right audience, in the right media and at the right times. Visit our Media Kit or call (614) 461-5500 for more information.

Other advertising-related questions?

For more information please contact Digital Advertising Managers Vanessa Warner at 614-461-8836 or Craig Greene at 614-461-5143.


Purchasing Papers, Pages & Photos

How can I buy nice copies of a Dispatch photo, cover or page?

Full-size reproductions of Dispatch pages from 1871 to the present, as well as prints and enlargements of the photos you see in The Dispatch can be purchased from our online store. Products include:

Photos from The Dispatch's award-winning photography staff are available from our Photo Gallery.

Photos of Ohio State Buckeye players, traditions and game action are available for purchase at the OSU Photo Store.

Historic front pages are available for purchase in our Photo Gallery.

You can also request a page by identifying its page number and date from either our historic page store (published on or before July 1, 2002) or our recent page store (published on or after July 2, 2002).

How can I buy backcopies of a specific Dispatch newspaper?

You can buy previous print copies and premiums for dates within the past calendar year online here. There is a limit of 10 per date per publication or premium. The cost includes shipping and handling fees. If an item you have requested is not available, you will be contacted and the order will be refunded. Please allow 2-3 weeks for processing.


Dispatch.com Policies

Does Dispatch.com have a privacy policy?

Yes. Please visit our Privacy Policy page.

Does Dispatch.com have a Terms of Service agreement?

Yes. You can read the agreement, which governs your use of Dispatch Digital Web sites, on our Terms of Service page.

What's your policy on redistribution of Dispatch Digital content?

As outlined in the Terms of Service agreement, you may download and print a limited amount of Dispatch.com content for your personal use, but only if you preserve and display all copyright and other notices relating to that content.

Any other reproduction of Dispatch content requires permission from us, and some forms of reproduction will require you to pay a fee. Please note: If the contents you request are the property of a third party, we will not be able to grant permission. In all cases, if permission is granted, articles must be reproduced in their entirety, unedited, and accompanied by the above-listed copyright statement and credit.

You may not post any content from Dispatch.com to other Web sites, newsgroups, mail lists or electronic bulletin boards, without the prior written consent of The Columbus Dispatch.

To seek permission to reproduce content in a print medium: e-mail the Managing Editor at The Columbus Dispatch.

To seek permission to post content on a Web site or use in another electronic medium, or for information on licensing Dispatch.com content for commercial purposes, e-mail onlineeditors@dispatch.com

ADDITIONAL LIMITATIONS ON USE

Some content on Dispatch.com comes from the Associated Press and other third-party news and information services.

Text, photos, graphics, audio and/or video material from organizations other than The Dispatch shall not be published, broadcast, rewritten for broadcast or publication or redistributed directly or indirectly in any medium. Neither these materials nor any portion thereof may be stored in a computer except for personal and noncommercial use. These organizations will not be held liable for any delays, inaccuracies, errors or omissions therefrom or in the transmission or delivery of all or any part thereof or any damages arising from any of the foregoing.


Employment Opportunities

I'd like to work at The Dispatch. Are you hiring?

We're always on the lookout for independent contractors to deliver The Dispatch to various parts of Central Ohio. For more information on delivering The Dispatch, email delivery@dispatch.com or call 614-461-8585.

For jobs with The Dispatch and our affiliated publications in our Editorial, Advertising, Circulation, Marketing and other departments, visit dispatch.com/careers. There, you can see full listings and apply online.