This is the definitive place for the state to find current local news. Every region of the state and has in-depth reports. We also have outstanding community reports, like Hoboken Now, with the latest in news, real estate and nightlife. We cover High Point to Cape May, Alpine to the Delaware Memorial Bridge. There is no other site like it anywhere for New Jersey
Jersey City, NJ (PRWEB) September 28, 2007
New Jersey is a busy state. In addition to being the nation's most densely populated state, it's the most active - there's more happening here per square mile than anywhere else. And NJ.com now covers it all with real-time local news around the clock. Every resident and worker throughout the Garden State has access to current weather, traffic, news and entertainment at http://www.nj.com.
More News. NJ.com provides a full range of up-to-the-minute local news, continually refreshed throughout the day and night. Real-time news reports from The Star-Ledger, The Jersey Journal, The Times of Trenton, the Gloucester County Times, and other leading Garden State newspapers are on the home page and covered in depth on hundreds of additional pages, along with weather, local and professional sports, community updates, entertainment, opinion, and the latest political buzz.
North, South or Central, there are more photos, videos, news stories and updates for Jersey on this site than on any other. "This is the definitive place for the state to find current local news. Every region of the state and has in-depth reports. We also have outstanding community reports, like Hoboken Now, with the latest in news, real estate and nightlife. We cover High Point to Cape May, Alpine to the Delaware Memorial Bridge. There is no other site like it anywhere for New Jersey," according to Barbara Chodos, general manager of NJ.com.
More Ways to Get Involved. On NJ.com, you don't just read or watch the news - you can become involved with it. All of the site's real-time information - including entertainment - offers opportunities to participate on a personal level. Reviews, descriptions, pictures and videos of events, shows, movies, restaurants and more help families plan their weekend. Participate in forums; follow blogs to stay up-to-date. Check the scores for high school sports in all 21 counties or stay on top of Rutgers football season with videos, blogs and forums. NJ.com real-time local news offers visitors more opportunities to be part of the conversation.
More Local. NJ.com focuses on the local market. News, specific to New Jersey communities, is continually updated. Since NJ.com is the online home of 14 New Jersey newspapers including the state's leading newspaper, The Star-Ledger, the news is comprehensive.
New Jersey is online and NJ.com is their first choice destination for local news, information and classified ads. Jersey residents start their day with a visit to the site because they expect, and get, comprehensive local news and information. They return again and again throughout the day and night. According to Barbara Chodos, general manager of NJ.com, "The ever-increasing traffic to the site is a result of providing what New Jersey residents and workers are looking for. NJ.com is an information and news Web site that fills a need for so many people. As the technology advances, we are able to provide more news and more options. The news is now amazingly comprehensive, current and interactive. At every level, in every category, there is an opportunity to get and share information and ideas."
NJ.com, based in Jersey City, NJ, 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 Star-Ledger. In addition to NJ.com, Advance Internet, Inc. develops and manages nine other local Web sites including al.com, cleveland.com, MassLive.com, MLive.com, NOLA.com, OregonLive.com, PennLive.com, SILive.com, Syracuse.com and two specialty Web sites, gulflive.com and MardiGras.com.