Saturday, June 02, 2007

Voice pretties up Web site

It's a new day for the Citizens' Voice Web site. Look how the newspaper's name is reflected in the Susquehanna River! Fancy. "Readers can explore “Online Extras,” such as blogs, videos, photo galleries, a daily John Cole cartoon and blog, a new Food & Wine section and reader polls," the newspaper reports.

12 comments:

Tom Carten said...

I notice the online name is CITIZENS VOICE (without the possessive apostrophe), while the print version keeps it.

Anonymous said...

I suspect the online name reflects the exact URL of the website. You'll find no apostrophe in the URL. Makes sense and is pretty common in this biz.

Anonymous said...

LOOKS GOOD. FAR BETTER THAN THE TL'S NEW WEBSITE

Anonymous said...

Identical to the Times site.

Anonymous said...

Identical to the Times site.

What a f**kin' genius. My money is on that being the idea dipsh!t.

Anonymous said...

Identical to the Times site.

What a f**kin' genius. My money is on that being the idea dipsh!t.

5:23 PM, June 02, 2007

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LOSER!! Must be a Times Shamrock butt boy.

Anonymous said...

Of all colors, why would they go with TL red?

Anonymous said...

It looks good but there's nothing on it. I'm reading the TL now and there are three or four stories posted for a Sunday.

Anonymous said...

The nameplate looks like it's about to be inundated by the river.

Anonymous said...

looks like the same old shit in a new wrapper...bring back the original CV online...it was blazing fast and had almost the entire local content of the print edition...Quit buying canned products...they suck...

Anonymous said...

3:25PM is right: doesn't the CV know that the T-L has copyrighted the color red?

Anonymous said...

Really well done. Nice job CV!