The Washington Times over the weekend launched a new website designed with mobile readers and social media users in mind.
The new features are in response to reader recommendations and include a less crowded format better suited for different sized devices and easier sharing methods.
“With this ground-breaking redesign, we’ve launched a new era in the storied history of The Washington Times,” said Times president and CEP Larry Beasley. “Our readers have told us they wanted more social media opportunities, more visual engagement, more news video content and the ability to personalize their news experience. We have done our best to provide all of those things.”
John Solomon, editor and VP for content and business development added, “The Web site responds to many requests from readers and advertisers who wanted more options online…We’re confident readers will see lots of value in our new site and would love to hear directly from them how we can continue to improve and expand in the months ahead. For that reason, there’s a feedback button on each webpage.”
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