“Change is the law of life. And those who look only to the past or present are certain to miss the future” – John F. Kennedy.
NetNewsLedger Ready for 2014 in Thunder Bay
THUNDER BAY – 2014 is going to be an exciting year for Thunder Bay, and for NetNewsLedger. News, and politics are likely to dominate the coverage over the coming year. Issues with healthcare, entertainment, and sports are other areas that our readers are interested in as well. Our coverage of many issues continues to grow.
Getting ready for 2014 has been a focus for NNL through the second half of 2013.
NetNewsLedger has been continuing our revolutionary evolution – with a new and very improved website. Working with a team of ‘digital surgeons’ as we call them, from Sencia Canada.
NetNewsLedger has come ‘Home to Thunder Bay’. Starting in March, NNL started with shifting the website from Host Gator to Sencia.
Developing New Directions
At the same time, we started the development process for the new site. Our goals were simple, a fast and clean site that lets you find the news and information you want and need easily. Working with our team and with Sencia, we have developed what we hope you will agree is a much tighter and faster design.
One of the areas where NetNewsLedger has continued to develop is in our HD Livestream+© Internet streaming, and then our GO-LIVE© Video Coverage. Over the course of 2013 we completely revamped our video production services. That process is continuing. Our goal is to bring you live coverage from events and announcements around the city, so that you can in effect be there live too.
Our goals are very simple, bringing you the news and information from Thunder Bay, Northwestern Ontario, and beyond to keep you up-to-date and informed. Our mantra is “News at the Speed of the Internet”© – Thunder Bay to thrive into the future, in our opinion, must become a leading city in the growing digital economy.
To that end NetNewsLedger is also focused on several specific areas of coverage, business, Aboriginal news, and the political spectrum. Heading in to 2014, it is very likely that in addition to the November civic election, we could be seeing a provincial election as early as this spring.
Moving forward, we are also working to provide in-depth facilitated programming on issues of importance to Thunder Bay and the region.
There have been a lot of changes since 2007, and we are continuing to evolve. In 2013, one member of our team Brett, our web tech left for new endeavours. Our team wishes him all the best in his future endeavours.
Our goal is very simple. Bringing you news and information that you need, and getting it to you fast and accurately.
Your continued and growing support is making sure we stay focused on our game and doing the best we can for you.
Thank you, Meegwetch, Merci, Kiitos, Grazie!