Readers are to be consulted on “exciting plans” and changes to a weekly’s print and online editions.
The Northamptonshire Telegraph has launched a “reader panel” with the aim of getting feedback on what the Johnston Press-owned title is offering.
Participants will be asked to complete online surveys asking for their opinions on various topics relating to the paper.
An announcement on the Telegraph’s website says panel members “can help shape the future” of the title by joining.
It reads: “We have got exciting plans and some changes we want to make after feedback from readers and website viewers.
“But we need more opinions to make sure we deliver the news, views, sport and advertising service that you want in print every Thursday and on the internet every minute of every day.
“So, if you have something to say about the Telegraph, tell us about it.”
The piece adds: “We want the newspaper and website to be the very best they can be, and you can help us do that.”