The New thirteen.org
Thirteen blogger: Neal Shapiro, President
Welcome to the new and improved thirteen.org.
From today on, thirteen.org will do all the great things that can be done online, including:
* Provide daily updates on our program websites, connecting our broadcast programs with local and world events, further informing the stories told on the air.
* Contain your contributions, through comments, and later, ratings. We want you to share your insights with us and with other viewers as much as we want to share our programs with you.
* Most importantly, thirteen.org will house a large and growing library of online video so you can more easily watch your favorite programs whenever you like.
The site is in beta, which really means this is a work in progress! (And with your ongoing support, we will continually improve it to suit your needs. So please contact us to share your comments and suggestions.
Today’s redesign is only the beginning of many exciting changes in store on Thirteen.org. Over the coming weeks, months, and years, we will be posting the latest broadcast programs, adding fascinating content from the WNET archives that hasn’t been publicly available for years (even decades), and creating new programs that can only be found online (The NY Philharmonic in North Korea and upcoming Mark Bittman live webcast are just the tip of this iceberg!).
Please enjoy your visit, and come back soon, there’ll always be something new on thirteen.org!
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