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The Los Alamos Monitor took the wraps off its new Web site early Sunday morning. The new site ushers in a new era of convergence, as the newspaper advances its Internet presence.
The site, lamonitor.com, has a number of key features and technological advances that were not available on the newspaper’s previous Web site. Chief among those features, the site now affords a greater use of video, photo slideshows, reader forums, blogs, and other elements designed to extend the newspaper’s reach and provide a place for community conversation and debate.
“This is indeed the moment of convergence for the Los Alamos Monitor, said Publisher Keven Todd. “The Monitor is no longer a newspaper that also happens to have a Web site. As we’ve seen the lamonitor.com numbers explode and essentially double in the past year — 220,000 page views in August—it has become clear that a greater depth of online capabilities was needed in order to better serve our readers and advertisers.”
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