New York, NY, August 30, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- The L Magazine recently partnered with DesertNet and The Stranger/Portland Mercury to release a a fresh version of their website. The new site can be viewed at http://www.thelmagazine.com.
The website was designed by the staff of the L Magazine in collaboration with DesertNet. The site is powered by the Foundation Content Management System. DesertNet is a web development company that created Foundation in partnership with The Stranger/Portland Mercury. Foundation is designed specifically for alt weeklies and publications like the L Magazine. It helps publications make coordination between print and web publishing seamless. More information is available at the Foundation website.
The new L Magazine site takes full advantage of the features offered by Foundation and upgrades the user experience. Content is now much easier to find through searching or browsing sections such as music, film, books, dance, nightlife, sex, and art. Content on the homepage is kept current and fresh with blog posts. The primary L Magazine blog is now called The Measure.
Popular articles and blog posts can now be accessed through a "Most Commented" and "Most Popular" widget on the homepage and in various content sections such as News and Features. The magazine has also integrated its humorous pop culture blog, Listicles, into the L Magazine domain and homepage. Publisher Scott Stedman recently stated that "We're really excited by the new site. It's an exceptionally easy-to-use resource for users to find information about local events and news. It's a huge improvement to our previous site."
For additional information on The L Magazine, contact Scott Stedman or visit http://www.thelmagazine.com.
About - The L Magazine is a weekly city guide for New York City, focusing on the downtown neighborhoods of Manhattan and Brooklyn. It's current current print circulation is 107,000 (ABC audited). Popular features include news and events, pop culture, music, film, art, sex, and books.
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