THE WEEK Magazine Launches THEWEEKDaily. com: America's Fastest-Growing News And Opinion Magazine Unveils A New Daily Online Version Of Its Innovative Editorial Formula
THE WEEK, America's fastest growing news and opinion brand, announces the launch of its new web site - www. THEWEEKDaily. com. As the magazine does weekly, the site will present a daily succinct distillation of the best news, opinion and ideas from the United States and international media, providing users with a quick digest of "all they need to know about everything that matters."
NEW YORK (PRWEB) October 8, 2007
Updated several times a day, THEWEEKDaily. com features the best of U. S. news/opinion and world news/opinion, film, art, travel, polls, best columns, cartoons, business, and books. The site also features original interactive sections, including user commentary, polls, webcasts, podcasts, and more. As an added benefit, print subscribers have access to all content from THE WEEK's current print edition, plus a full searchable archive of past issues.
Harold Maass, one of THE WEEK magazine's founding editors, is the editor of THEWEEKDaily. com. "THE WEEK seeks the best opinion writing about national and global news events and aggregates the most incisive perspectives from all sides on an issue," said Maass. "THEWEEKDaily. com is a destination where our users can find instant gratification online and discover the most interesting opinions from a variety of sources, available on a daily basis."
About THE WEEK
THE WEEK is the fastest growing news and opinion magazine in America and was recently named the #1 most credible print or broadcast media source, according to the 2006-07 Erdos & Morgan Opinion Leader Study. Every week, THE WEEK's editors scour hundreds of newspapers, magazines, and Web sites, seeking out the most intriguing stories and the most thoughtful commentary - left, right, and everything in between. THE WEEK's focus is broad: U. S. and international news, the best columns from here and abroad, business, health, science, and technology, plus books, film, the arts, consumer reviews, and leisure activities.