Community Access


Putting News In the Hands Of All Memphians 

In the age of digital information, virtual meetings, and social distancing, Memphians are proving that we are adaptable and resilient during difficult and changing times.

The Daily Memphian is committed to keeping the entire community informed, improving literacy rates, and preparing the next generation of Memphians to participate in shaping the city’s future. We do this by providing free subscription access to select community organizations and every school in Memphis and Shelby County.

How Does Community Access Work?

All middle and high schools (public, private and charter) in Shelby County and select community organizations are eligible for the Community Access Program.

Subscriptions will be set up by school or organization. We request that you contact us directly, complete the application and provide us with the necessary information. For an application or help requesting access, send a note to community@dailymemphian.com.

Once everything is set up, those you serve will be able to access our content for free online and via the Daily Memphian mobile app for Apple and Android devices.

What community organizations are eligible?

Currently community access is limited to the following organizations in Shelby County:

  • Senior living facilities
  • Non-profits that serve residents though workforce development programming, youth development programming, low-income housing programs, and literacy training.

Local News In the Classroom

Our articles are great for research, discussion topics, and in classroom curriculums. Some topic areas include:

  • Journalism
  • English
  • History
  • Civics
  • Social Studies
  • English as a second language (ESL)
  • Reading comprehension

If your school doesn’t have free access to The Daily Memphian, contact Kesha Whitaker at 901.654.5956 or email her now.