What's Fresh Ink? Where did Your Hub go?

I've posted a detailed explanation here, at the Gazette's Newsroom blog.

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Comment by Jeff Thomas on August 30, 2009 at 8:05pm

Can do, and will.

A question: How "fresh" would it be to simply be a copy of the Pioneer?

One assumption we're making: Fresh Ink readers are not, by and large, Gazette readers. Each Fresh Ink usually includes some news that also appears that day in the G. If you read both papers, the G news in FI might seem "recycled." If you read only FI, then it's not recycled at all.
Comment by Seiko Tran on August 26, 2009 at 6:40pm
What I would like to see is Fresh Ink providing "new" news on the particular communities that it covers. Currently, as the Marketing Coordinator for the 102 merchants of Old Colorado City, I am getting negative feedback from these merchants regarding Fresh Ink. They are saying that Fresh Ink is "recycled news...boring stuff about our communities...not able to compete with our local Westside Pioneer..." So, in order for Fresh Ink to make a "fresh" impact on Old Colorado City, I would suggest that the staff and people that support Fresh Ink (I am a supporter!) go out amongst the community members and ask them what they want to see more of in Fresh Ink. These Westsiders are very picky and are loyal to their local Westside Pioneer. If you want the real news, go amongst the people and get it out of them. I am willing to help.



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