provides restaurant listing, celebrity news, movies and concert information. The revamped site is designed to format on mobile phones.
"For years, accessAtlanta has been the leading entertainment resource," Jennifer Handler, product manager for accessAtlanta.com, said in a statement. "The enhancements we're making are all in the spirit of our renewed commitment to deliver top-notch content and utility that brings together entertainment-seekers and the businesses that can serve their needs and wants."
The Atlanta Journal-Constitution is launching a marketing campaign that runs online, in print, on mobile phones and in social media networks.
This is the most extensive upgrade accessAtlanta has implemented since its relaunch in 2003.
By: E&P Staff The Atlanta Journal-Constitution's entertainment hub accessAtlanta.com has received a boost in the form of new partnerships with Entertainment Tonight, Paste Magazine, Drive a Faster Car and Atlanta on the Cheap.