Illinois Media

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Illinois Media: Chicago Sun-Times Internet Traffic Set to Overtake Chicago Tribune, New Web Site Survey Says

(Chicago, IL) – July 9, 2010. The Chicago Tribune may hold a nearly 2 to 1 lead over the Chicago Sun-Times in print circulation, but unique visitors to the Sun-Times Web site may soon outstrip those to the Tribune’s if trends continue, according to a new survey of area newspapers’ Web site traffic. The Tribune … Continue reading

Illinois Policy Institute Launches New Web Site–IllinoisOpenGov.Org–to Track Illinois Budget Spending

(Chicago, IL) — December 4, 2009. The Illinois Policy Institute has launched a new Web site–IllinoisOpenGov.org–to help Illinois taxpayers pry open a window for a better view of Illinois state government spending. The IllinoisOpenGov.org site aims to provide “an unbiased look into raw state government spending data collected directly from official government sources,” according to … Continue reading

Happy 2nd Anniversary to Us–THE iLLINOIS OBSERVER Jumps from 2 Visits in November 2007 to 8,841 Visits In November 2009

(Chicago, IL) — December 3, 2009. Happy 2nd Anniversary to us. On November 17, 2007, THE iLLINOIS OBSERVER–originally known as Your Two Cents Less-published its first story and generated a grand total of, drum roll here, 2 visits for the month. Yep, 2. During the month of November 2009, THE iLLINOIS OBSERVER published a raft … Continue reading

Stop the Presses—A New News Operation–Illinois Statehouse News—Opens in Springfield

(Springfield, IL) – December 3, 2009. A fresh set of eyes and ears will be covering Illinois state government. Thank goodness. Illinois Statehouse News, or ISN, is a group of journalists dedicated to covering issues of importance to Illinoisans has placed its stake in Springfield. “Cash-strapped news organizations are cutting back in many areas including … Continue reading

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