The new NJ is ready for its close-up, a press release informs.
Following a summer of new hires, National Journal Group will unveil its new website, redesigned publications, and invigorated mission on Monday, October 25th, with a special issue of the magazine and relaunch of NationalJournal.com.
“We’ve got a newsroom full of talented, high-metabolism journalists who are champing at the bit to get started,” said Editor-in-Chief Ron Fournier. “Our simple promise now is to deliver the information and insight that decision-makers need to know, exactly when and where they need it.”
The “new” NJ newsroom promises “360-degree coverage on the issues Washington leaders need to know – including breaking news, instant analysis, daily deep-dives in critical policy areas, and agenda-setting big-picture stories.”
*The new free site will also deliver breaking news and analysis to an expanded national audience of political news consumers.
*National Journal magazine and CongressDaily subscribers will receive print publications that have been redesigned in content and aesthetic.
Event details after the jump…
To celebrate its transformation, National Journal will host a series of events between October 25th and November 3rd at NationalJournalHQ in Penn Quarter.
We’ll keep you posted…
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