The Chronicle of the Horse Announces Launch of New Interactive Website
Middleburg, VA – November 9, 2009 – The Chronicle of the Horse, one of the nation’s best sources of news and results for the sport horse industry, today launched a completely new, expanded and redesigned website –www.chronofhorse.com – to complement its existing print format. This new design will provide improved browse and search functions, a weekly newsletter, RSS feeds, enhanced photo and video galleries, as well as new, free content, including expanded columns on a variety of topics pertinent to the industry.
In conjunction with the launch of its new website, The Chronicle of the Horse will be launching an updated and enhanced digital magazine. The protocol of publishing fresh (and free) content online, coupled with The Chronicle of the Horse magazine’s new digital edition, allows subscribers to take full advantage of the Chronicle’s wide array of articles and columns across its entire magazine and digital network.
“Our goal is to combine the tradition that has always been represented by the Chronicle with today’s ever-expanding technological capabilities and to provide our subscribers with the best of both print and online worlds," said Karen Showalter, General Manager and CFO of The Chronicle of the Horse. “We’re committed to being the go-to resource for the equestrian community electronically and in print. With the web improvements launched today,
The Chronicle of the Horse website users and subscribers will have the best source for exclusive equestrian news, photos, results and opinion pieces, from around the world, in an easy, user-friendly format.”
About The Chronicle of The Horse (www.chronofhorse.com)
The Chronicle of the Horse is an international publication headquartered in Middleburg, VA. Established in 1937, The Chronicle of the Horse has provided news coverage of national and international equestrian competitions for more than 70 years. The Chronicle prides itself on providing the equestrian community with in-depth reporting of equestrian competitions with thorough analysis as well as thought-provoking commentary and compelling features, both print and online. Visit www.chronofhorse.com to learn more about The Chronicle of the Horse.
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