We'll be constantly evolving our site to meet the needs of our readers and advertisers.
Toronto, ON (PRWEB) July 15, 2008
Toronto's EYE WEEKLY (http://www.eyeweekly.com) has launched a revamped blogging interface to deliver more personal and timely content to the site and adds a new Toronto-focused blog.
Paul Isaacs is the author of a new blog called "Toronto Notes," which takes an irreverent tone on Toronto's local news and views. His weekly post "This Week in Toronto" highlights timely news that affects how Torontonians live, work, and play. Marc Weisblott's "Scrolling Eye" gives his take on Toronto pop culture. The blog, launched back in January, covers stories as they happen around the city, with almost-daily online features and shorter breaking news blasts on recent Toronto happenings.
"Through its blogs, EYE WEEKLY can now open a conversation with its readers, plus provide ways for readers to comment and exchange ideas with each other," says Senior editor Stuart Berman. "Readers also have the option to have quick access to EYEWEEKLY.com blogs through RSS feeds."
"We've been publishing daily, exclusive content online since March 2007, and this is our latest addition to our daily, ongoing coverage of culture and entertainment in Toronto. EYEWEEKLY.com readers are a cutting edge demographic, comfortable with participating in social networking sites, and demand a highly interactive web experience," commented Leslie Andrachuk, Director of Online Operations. "We'll be constantly evolving our site to meet the needs of our readers and advertisers."
About EYE WEEKLY and EYEWEEKLY.com
For the past 16 years, Toronto's cultural vanguard have turned to EYE WEEKLY to discover the best of what Toronto offers - from movies, arts, and music, to clubs, food, and more. Boasting the largest distribution of any urban weekly in Canada, EYE WEEKLY is distributed at more than 2,600 convenient locations throughout the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). As Canada's first print publication to go online in April of 1994, EYEWEEKLY.com is the interactive resource for 18- to 35-year-old urban lifestylers exploring cultural activity in the city. Daily coverage of Toronto's most engaging people and events, exclusive video of concerts in Toronto's hottest clubs, and the city's most comprehensive events database come together to create an indispensable website for Toronto's culturally infused community.
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