E&P unveils upgraded home page p.2

By: Editorial Staff EDITOR & PUBLISHER Co., parent company of Editor & Publisher magazine, has redesigned and expanded its home page on the Internet's World Wide Web.
Called Editor & Publisher Interactive, the site offers seven areas related to journalism and the newspaper industry.
"Our Web site is essential in our mission to comprehensively cover all aspects of newspapering," said Colin Phillips, co-publisher of Editor & Publisher magazine.
One area, the Web Edition of E&P, offers a selection of articles from the weekly newspaper trade journal. West Coast-based online services consultant Steve Outing adds his contribution: a daily column on interactive newspapers, "Stop the Presses!"
The Online Newspapers Directory provides users with listings of online newspapers around the world, including those available via Internet, dial-up and bulletin board services, and those available on commercial services such as America Online, Prodigy and CompuServe. The directory contains hyperlinks to more than 250 publications, as well as screen shots and subscription information.
E&P Interactive's Vendor Virtual Gallery lists companies that can assist newspapers in their interactive ventures.
The E&P Research feature links users to essays, papers, publications and consultants dealing in interactive services. Editor & Publisher Co.'s research department, which produces the Editor & Publisher International Year Book and Market Guide, provides useful facts about newspapers, including circulation figures, ad rates and market data.
The E&P Interactive Store offers information about such annual directories as the Year Book and Market Guide, which are sold separately, and the Syndicate Directory and Journalism Awards and Fellowships Directory, which are distributed as part of the weekly magazine.
The Conference Center has scheduling and registration information about meetings that focus on online services and also provides same-day coverage of some events.
Online Classifieds takes Editor & Publisher magazine's popular classified ad department into cyberspace, at the advertiser's option. Classifieds are being phased in electronically by category.
E&P has published every Saturday since 1884.


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