The Observer has launched a website, containing what looks like a tremendous percentage of each week’s stories for both the Charlottesville and Valley editions. This is actually a return to the web for The Observer, who had a great website in the mid-90s, and was the first local media outlet to put their news on-line. (And archive it!) The long-standing WINA site, the launch of The Hook website (along with the newspaper) earlier this year, followed by the relaunch of the Daily Progress website, and now The Observer site has made useful local media websites the norm rather than the exception. Congratulations to The Observer on their new site.
4 thoughts on “Observer Launches Website”
Their website bores me as much as their newspaper…
looks like they got the daily progress’ hand-me-down HTML code, too.
Good to see Richard Prior writing for them, maybe that’ll liven up the paper some. ; )
wasn’t he in Stir Crazy
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