FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Featurewell.com is proud to announce syndication deals with The New York Observer, famed for compelling coverage of culture, politics, society, business and the media, and New Internationalist, the award-winning global news magazine based in Oxford, England.
Included in Featurewell’s offerings from The New York Observer are weekly columns by film reviewer Andrew Sarris, author of “The American Cinema: Directors and Directions 1929-1968” and by political analyst Joe Conason, author of “The Hunting of the President: The Ten-Year Campaign to Destroy Bill and Hillary Clinton.”
Praised by The Online Journalism Review as “a go-to site for editors seeking to buy well-written articles,” Featurewell will license stories first published in The New York Observer and New Internationalist. AAN members can access these articles and much more on Featurewell’s searchable syndication web site: http://www.featurewell.com.
ABOUT THE NEW YORK OBSERVER
Every Wednesday, New Yorkers in the know pick up the salmon-colored New York Observer for insightful coverage of culture, politics, society, business and the media. The Observer invites readers to sit at a modern-day Algonquin roundtable, featuring the likes of Erica Jong, Ron Rosenbaum, Robert Gottleib, Todd Gitlin and Philip Weiss. “Our alliance with Featurewell,” noted Brian Kempner, President of The New York Observer, “broadens the already significant influence of the paper, giving readers outside New York City access to whip-smart reportage of the city and beyond.”
ABOUT NEW INTERNATIONALIST
Founded in 1973, New Internationalist reports on issues of world poverty and focuses attention on the imbalance between the powerful and the powerless in both rich and poor nations. The magazine has won several Alternative Press Awards from The Utne Reader magazine, as well as the United Nations Association Media Peace Prize, given for an outstanding contribution to world peace and development. “New Internationalist,” wrote Archbishop Desmond M. Tutu, “is a magazine well worth reading, as it respects the intelligence of its readers. It is independent, lively and properly provocative, helping to keep its readers abreast of important developments in parts of our globe that risk marginalization.”
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David Wallis at (212) 924-2283 or