Syracuse, NY (PRWEB) October 3, 2007
New editorial products are being launched this fall on syracuse.com to enhance user experiences and provide better access to real-time news and information.
There's always something going on. Nobody wants to miss it. That's why real-time local news matters. There's one site that has all the events from Clinton Square to the Carrier Dome, plus traffic, weather and local news. Instant access with frequent updates to everything that is happening in Central New York is available at http://www.syracuse.com.
A quick visit to the home page provides visitors the most current local news plus numerous options. Local reports, sports, community updates, weather, traffic, entertainment, breaking stories, politics, state, national and world news are all on the home page and covered in greater depth on hundreds of additional pages.
There are more photos, videos, news stories and updates for Central New York on this site than can be found anywhere else. The Turning Stone Resort Championship golf tournament is an excellent example. syracuse.com's coverage is robust with a wide variety of useful information in many formats leading up to and through the duration of the event," according to Jay Clewis, Editor-in-Chief of syracuse.com.
Read, listen, watch, be part of the conversation. All the news - including sports and entertainment - offers opportunities to participate on a personal level. Sports fans can talk Orange football or join the conversation about the upcoming basketball season; watch video highlights of a high school game or join the live chat with popular sports blogger and commentator Brent Axe. A special feature, CNY in the Pros, allows visitors to track the professional careers of local athletes. syracuse.com real-time news offers visitors more information, more often.
Right where you are. syracuse.com focuses on the local market. News, specific to Central New York communities, is continually updated. Since syracuse.com is affiliated with The Post-Standard, the news is comprehensive. The Post-Standard is the leading newspaper for the greater Syracuse area and offers several local editions to surrounding neighborhoods and counties.
syracuse.com is already a first choice destination for local news, information and classified ads. Central New York residents begin their day with a visit to the site because they expect, and get, comprehensive local news and information. They return for updates and breaking news again and again throughout the day and night. According to Michele Sardinia Barker, General Manager of syracuse.com, "syracuse.com takes advantage of the latest technology to provide video, cams, blogs, forums and up-to-the minute news reports. Plus, syracuse.com has great partners; popular columnists from our affiliated newspaper, The Post-Standard, provide real-time news and insights. syracuse.com also offer news and sports video reports from the award-winning CBS 5-WTVH News team. syracuse.com's growth in traffic is a result of providing what people are looking for."
syracuse.com, based in Syracuse, New York is an affiliate of Advance Internet, Inc. (http://www.advanceinternet.com), a leading creator of highly interactive, online community-based news and information Web sites created in alliance with over 36 newspapers owned and operated by Advance Publications Inc., and its subsidiaries, including The Post-Standard. In addition to syracuse.com, Advance Internet, Inc. develops and manages nine other local Web sites including al.com, cleveland.com, MassLive.com, MLive.com, NJ.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, PennLive.com, SILive.com and two specialty Web sites, gulflive.com and MardiGras.com.