Jocelyne Lloyd, The Guardian's web editor, will be keeping you updated on The Guardian's website starting at 6 a.m.
The Guardian is getting ready to deliver more news earlier starting Monday.
The Guardian delivers news and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week on its website. But starting Monday, the newspaper's web editor will be providing more news, sports and weather earlier.
Readers can join Jocelyne Lloyd beginning at 6 a.m. for real-time news, including the latest cancellations and road conditions, overnight breaking news, and the top stories of the day.
She will be on our website at www.theguardian.pe.ca, on Twitter at Twitter.com/PEIGuardian or on Facebook at Facebook.com/PEIGuardian.
Lloyd says she's looking forward to providing P.E.I. residents with the news and information they need to start their day.
"They say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. In the same way, the news you're fed first thing in the morning sets you up for the day," said Lloyd, who is a natural morning person and loves getting up early in the morning anyway.
"The earlier you know about things like school cancellations (we're hoping there aren't too many more of those!) or road closures, or that kind of thing, the sooner you can prepare for them."
Also beginning Monday, The Guardian is launching a new podcast.
Guardian News Now will be a brief look at the morning headlines delivered both online and through social media. Readers will be able to watch the Guardian News Now video on our website by clicking the video tab. They will also be able to access the podcast through The Guardian's Facebook and Twitter accounts.
"The way we consume news is ever evolving. The Guardian continues to evolve with our readers. We now deliver news in print, online and through a powerful e-edition. The launch of our new morning position is the next evolution," Wayne Thibodeau, The Guardian's news editor
The podcast will be available to readers by the time they log on to their computers at work each and every weekday morning.
Wayne Thibodeau, The Guardian's news editor, says people's time is valuable, especially in the morning, and the Guardian News Now podcast will provide readers with a quick way to get caught up on the big stories of the day.
"The way we consume news is ever evolving," said Thibodeau.
"The Guardian continues to evolve with our readers. We now deliver news in print, online and through a powerful e-edition. The launch of our new morning position is the next evolution."
GET IN TOUCH
To reach Jocelyne Lloyd, call 902-629-6000, ext. 6096