The Post & Email to go professional

MOVE TO NEW SITE WILL BRING POSITIVE CHANGES

by John Charlton

(Oct. 27, 2009) — The Post & Email will be moving to its own domain, getting a custom layout, and incorporating within the next month.

The move will bring widespread, positive changes to our News Site, and provide readers with added news content.

Unlike blogs and other fora on the Internet, The Post & Email is to be a citizen-activist News publication to break the censorship blockade imposed by the Main Stream Media during the last election cycle.

As such it is our goal at The Post & Email to encourage citizen-journalism and grass-roots participation in communicating the news about current events in the United States and beyond.

As part of this goal, The Post & Email has sought and is seeking citizen-journalists to join our team of volunteers as we build the company into a full-time news operation.

It is our hope to include at our new site text, audio and video reports from citizens all over the country, and allow a means whereby anyone can report the news.  Thus our news model will radically redefine the notions of online journalism, and harness the power of citizens who have honed their skills at blogs and other fora on the Internet in recent years.

By providing readers and viewers with news, unfiltered by the baseless, socialist-politics of the schools of journalism, Americans of all walks of life will find at The Post & Email an informative experience which will give new life to the idea and reality of the Free Press.

How you the Reader can help The Post & Email now and in the future

As we make this transition it is important for The Post & Email to build up a base of advertising clients, because this will be the primary source of income for the corporation.

For this reason, since you, the readers, know best which advertisers would like to advertise at The Post & Email, we ask you to seek those interested and put them in contact with us.

We will be publishing within about a week a flyer for prospective advertisers, with detailed information for our costs and services.

We now have our business address up and running.  Our surface mailing address will also allow other readers, who did not have a PayPal account, to continue to support our transition costs Fundraising efforts, as we are shy just about $250 or so:

The Post & Email
P.O. Box 302
Stafford Springs, CT  06076

0 Responses to "The Post & Email to go professional"

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  2. Thom   Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 2:18 PM

    Way to go John, keep digging :)

  3. baOH   Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 12:23 PM

    Mr. Charlton:
    Great news on upcoming news-web.
    Your writing is very good and informative. Glad I found your site several weeks ago. It is apparent that you have put a lot of time and effort in making this a great site and, for sure, a greater one in the future. Congratuations! Your professionalism and style will take you far.
    Ditto, on mailing address, so I can make a contribution.

  4. just wondering   Wednesday, October 28, 2009 at 6:11 AM

    Glad you are growing!

  5. Leon Brozyna   Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 10:29 PM

    Congratulations on what looks to be a promising effort. And by all means, let’s see a mailing address for those of us not doing the PayPal route.

    Looking forward to seeing more articles reflecting a new genre of professional journalism, so unlike the current generation of bimbo & himbo talking heads, reading stories from advocacy wire service reports which get their words from press releases. A generation ago, a couple of nothing reporters from the Washington Post dug and dug into the mess that became known as Watergate and caused a shake-up in the presidency. Where are such reporters today? Certainly nowhere near today’s major (and dying) media.

  6. Harry H   Tuesday, October 27, 2009 at 6:59 PM

    Right on, John. This is an exciting development, and I’m eager to see what you come up with–or should that be, see up with what you come?

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