Here comes your new look

YOUR local online news experience is about to become more interactive, more informative and more dynamic with the launch of the new www.tribune242.com this Monday. The Tribune is changing the look and feel of its website in order to bring to our readers an all new user-friendly online news experience that connects Bahamians and the world. The new website will allow our readers to sign up for customised email editions, share their favourite stories through social networking sites and engage in the hottest debates on the most talked about stories of the day. And with tribune242.com's new Election 2012 page, political campaign coverage will be centralised and easy to access. "We already know The Tribune is the people's paper," said Martin Biddle, The Tribune's Managing Editor. "Our revitalised website, refreshed and updated throughout the day, is the place where people meet. "It's the home of breaking news, sport, business and entertainment in the Bahamas, complemented by great features and dedicated sections, including the upcoming election." Tribune242.com has the most engaging user commentary and online polls which garner true-to-life stats on the most topical issues in the Bahamas. And our online readers, hailing from more than 20 countries, continue to flock to our Facebook and Twitter pages for the latest breaking news from around the nation. "A new, user-friendly design means readers are more involved than ever before in helping to shape the daily agenda and provide unrivalled coverage of our communities," added Mr Biddle. Tribune242.com: The home for breaking news.


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