SoVo promises ‘changeing’ website look

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Southern Voice, leaving its website untouched for weeks at a time, is “changeing” its online look. Change can be a good thing, but for a paper even its publisher admits suffers from typos, a dose of “changeing” might be too much.

imageThe paper’s offered a sporadic publishing schedule, skipping an issue while the staff enjoyed a trip to Orlando, publishing just two issues in May when it’s billed as a weekly publication and then skipping three issues until its return on June 25. SoVo, though, has published two more weekly editions since.

Whether it’s made its printing schedule or not, the website has remained untouched. The content hadn’t been updated in weeks, until recently when it was pulled and replaced with a brief message promising an updated website “over the next 48 hours.”

Is that “changeing” we can believe in? Time will tell.


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