Saturday, February 2, 2008

California Chronicle Launches Local Public Information Service

The Golden State History is offering populace information military officers the unique
and sole chance to self-publish time-sensitive information on the
Golden State History place page at . The
Golden State History have over 10 million visitants annually. LOS ANGELES, Feb. One /PRNewswire/ -- To break function its readers, the
California History have launched a new service providing local public
relations and information military officers with the alone chance to
self-publish news, articles, and proclamations directly on the California
Chronicle website and place page. This service will diminish the turn-around
time on information of critical importance to the public, which traditional
publishing methods might otherwise delay. This service is directed at
public dealings and information officers, including those who work for
municipal, state, county, educational, non-profit, and community
organizations. Articles will be immediately syndicated and look in all major
Internet hunt engines, as well as in many major news aggregators, such as as
Google News, Topix, and Lycos. Interested political parties may use for these
accounts by authorship to with the specific
request for a "Public Information Account." Articles are easy-to-post and may include an author's byline or an
organizational byline. Contributors reserve the right of first publication of their
submissions and may print or go around the indistinguishable stuff elsewhere
if desired. Articles are accompanied by an "information box" that may include
information about the organization, golf course to specific web pages, and an
email computer address for feedback about the article. Articles may include golf course to
other non-commercial websites to mention readers to specific web pages for
further information. Individuals who are interested in becoming a portion of the California
Chronicle squad should direct a short letter of introduction or a specific petition for
an business relationship to the editor at . The California
Chronicle website can be establish at .

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