Austin Business Journal unveils redesign
Colin Pope, the editor of the Austin Business Journal, writes about what the paper’s redesign means to readers.
Pope writes, “Our new way of presenting our authoritative, ahead-of-the curve business stories may be different to better serve you in this digital era, but some things will never change around our newsroom.
“This is a source of business intelligence, and every bit of it is actionable for someone earning a paycheck or building a company. Whether it points you in the direction of a solid lead or exposes details about the people you need to know so you can get closer to them, everything in this publication can be acted upon or used by professionals.
“This newsroom vows to report what’s happening, not just what’s announced. We vow to produce accurate, clear and unbiased articles, and put your needs first. Above our reporters’ desks hangs a picture of Queen Elizabeth II, with the caption: ‘This isn’t a democracy. The reader is queen. Or king, as the case may be.’
“We get it. Great business depends on an unvarnished view of your environment. Thanks for counting on us.”
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