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PA TIMES Online Upgrades Site and URL

Washington, DC–Welcome to PATIMES.org, the newly upgraded PA TIMES Online website. In an effort to make the site user friendly and easy to find, ASPA (publishers of PA TIMES and PA TIMES Online) has upgraded not only the URL, but also the look and functionality of the site.

Readers will see all of the news categories from the previous site, such as the special sections, columns, commentary and blogs. However, this new site will also feature new social media functions and a more readable layout.

“The new upgrades and PATIMES.org address are very exciting,” said Christine McCrehin, editor of both the PA TIMES print and online editions. “Not only will the site be easier to find, but once readers get here the information they want will be easier to find, as well.”

To ease the transition for our loyal readers, all Registered Readers from the old patimes.eznuz.com site will still be able to use their login (now called username) and password to login to the new patimes.org site.

Other site features will include:

  • Live Twitter feeds
  • “Follow Us” options for Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Vimeo and more.
  • More detailed Archive Search
  • Photo galleries, Podcasts, Polls
  • Email Alerts each time we post new articles

The current publishing schedule is for postings every Monday and Thursday. We have established a bi-weekly email from the editor, for Email Alert subscribers, listing the site’s current feature articles.

Considered by members to be one of the top benefits of participation in the Society, the print version of PA TIMES will continue to be published by ASPA, with the goal of developing content that will compliment both the print and online versions.

“It will be important to engage readers in going back and forth between the online and print PA TIMES,” states McCrehin. “We have come up with some creative ideas and will be excited to hear what print and online readers think.”

This site is a work-in-progress, so comments and suggestions are appreciated. Take a moment to click through the site and let us know what you think. Comments may be emailed to PA TIMES Print and Online Editor Christine Jewett McCrehin at [email protected], or to the PA TIMES Editorial Board Chair Mary Ann Feldheim at [email protected]

 

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